Cherice Maria Ragins
DOB: Aug 16, 1985
Missing Date:Feb 21, 2010
Age Now: 32
Wear Glasses or Contacts:No
|Location Last Seen: Cherice was Last seen Sunday, February 21, 2010 in the area of Route 40 and Rolling Road, Cantonsville, Maryland.
Circumstances of Disappearance: The last time Ragins was seen, she was with her boyfriend near his parents’ home where she’d stayed overnight. She never returned to her Northwest Baltimore home. Ragins mother says there is no way her daughter would not have called. “Even at times when she was away, she would always keep in contact and let me know where she was and if she was OK,” said Ragins’ mother. Police have put out a flyer. They want people to know there is a reward in the case.
Last Seen Wearing: Last seen wearing gray sweatpants, a red hoodie, black jacket with fur around the hood, a black shirt, green and pink shoes. Cherice carried a Black Purse Trimmed in Silver.
Identifying Marks or Characteristics: Black collar length hair, tattoo of her name “Cherice” on her neck.
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