High Point police search for missing teen
High Point — A North Carolina family is seeking answers and assistance in the disappearance of their daughter, 15-year-old Scarlett DeLoach. Scarlett went missing on April 30, 2013 and was last seen in High Point. The Center for Search and Investigation (CFSI) for Missing Children is assisting the family in efforts to locate her.
It is possible that Scarlett may still be in or around the Reidsville or High Point areas though it is important to keep an eye out in all of North Carolina and surrounding States. CFSI Representatives say that it is crucial that the public at large and members of the Reidsville & High Point communities assist in sharing her information and photos in as many places as possible. Getting her information shared as much as possible is critical to gaining the information needed that will reunite her with her family. Those willing and able are asked to please share via social media as well as with printed flyers left at truck stops, businesses and other locations in their communities.
Scarlett DeLoach, 15, was last seen at a local gas station in High Point on Tuesday, April 30, and is described as 5 feet 2 inches tall and weighing 120 pounds, with brown hair and blue eyes. She may have cut her hair and dyed it blonde. When she went missing, DeLoach had a pierced tongue and belly button and also has two scars on her left knee — one of which is large and very noticeable.
Anyone with information on DeLoach’s whereabouts is asked to call the High Point Police Department at 366-883-3224 or Private Investigator Greg Leimone at 366-471-3359.
The CFSI for missing children is a pending nonprofit organization founded by Chuck Foreman - Special Operations veteran. Chuck Foreman is a highly decorated combat wounded veteran who saw a need that he felt wasn’t being fully addressed: the safeguarding of children from abduction, human trafficking and exploitation. CFSI is comprised of only volunteers who donate their time to raise awareness of the growing epidemic of children that go missing and those that are in danger of human trafficking. The United States Department of Justice reports over 2,100 children go missing each day. The FBI says a third will be victims of Child Trafficking. CFSI, as an organization, wants to change those numbers.