Sierra Lamar Missing

March 22, 2012 by staff 

Sierra Lamar Missing, The search continues for Sierra LaMar, the Northern California teen who mysteriously disappeared on her way to school last week.

Authorities say there have been no new leads in the case and ananlysis of her cellphone, found about a mile from her school bus stop, has yielded no clues, according to a press release issued by the Santa Clara Sheriff’s office on Wednesday.

A search and rescue team found the 15-year-old’s phone Saturday night alongside the roadway, about a mile away from her home in Morgan Hills, in the opposite direction of her bus stop, Sgt. Jose Cordoza told ABC News.

The charger for the teen’s cellphone was found in her room at home, and the phone looked as if it had been tossed.

Authorities and LaMar’s family were hopeful that the phone could lead them to the girl. But according to the press release, ”Forensic examinations of Sierra’s cell phone and computer have not revealed information beneficial to Sierra’s disappearance.”

“I can’t imagine Sierra without her cellphone,” Sierra’s mother, Marlene LaMar, told ABC News after the phone was found. ”That’s when it became a harsh reality.”

Over 150 tips have been called in to authorities, but none have yielded new leads in the case, authorities said.

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