Family Pleading For Answers In Search Of Missing Mother

Posted at 9:34 PM, Apr 01, 2013

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Latrice Maze was last seen March 19th in the area of Division Avenue and Burton Street in Grand Rapids.  Family and friends say the mother of five would never leave without telling someone where she was going.

For the last few weeks, friends and family have been passing out fliers working to find where Latrice is or what happened to her.  Monday, they held a prayer vigil to console one another and keep the search going.  They are pleading for anyone with any information to come forward, no questions asked.

The Grand Rapids Police Department says there are no new details in the search for the 26-year-old.  According to her family, she did have a cell phone, but it hasn’t been on so there is no trace available.  They also tell us her credit cards have not been used.

Latrice’s family says they miss her smile and her unique way of changing up her hair.  They say all they want is to hear her voice.   Latrice’s family is taking turns caring for her five children.

Anyone with information on the disappearance of Latrice Maze is asked to call GRPD or the Silent Observer.