Florida woman who went missing months ago in LA has been found, LAPD says | Los Angeles Daily News

A Florida woman who went missing last year in Los Angeles – prompting frantic pleas for help from her mother, who made a California trip to find her daughter, and alerts from local police – has been found.

Leah Rose Altmann, 27, was reported missing on Nov. 13. Los Angeles police released a statement Monday saying only she had been “found in good condition” and was reunited with her family. LAPD declined further comment.

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NEW: Missing woman’s mother travels to L.A. in search of answers | myPalmBeachPost

ROYAL PALM BEACH — Lynda Santamaria walked in her missing daughter’s footsteps last week along the streets and beaches of Los Angeles.

Nearly six months after Leah Rose Altmann disappeared, Santamaria traveled there from her home in Royal Palm Beach in search of answers. She spent five days there, meeting with city detectives and visiting various places where Altmann, 27, and a graduate of G-Star School of the Arts, either worked, lived or visited.

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Family Of Missing Woman Last Seen Months Ago Grows More Concerned Each Day | CBS Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — The Florida family of a missing woman last seen months ago, is growing more concerned each day.

KCAL9’s Rachel Kim reported from LAPD headquarters in downtown LA with the latest on the search.

“No contact at all. It’s as if, it’s as if she completely disappeared,” says Paul Altmann, father of the missing woman.

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Missing Florida native may be a victim of human trafficking, deputies say | Local 10 News

PALM BEACH COUNTY, Fla. – A Florida native last seen in August in Los Angeles may be victim of human trafficking, the Palm Beach County Sheriff Office said Tuesday.

According to the Los Angeles Police Department, Leah Rose Altmann, 27, was last seen Aug. 28. Los Angeles police said she left an apartment that she shared with a roommate with only a backpack. Police said she left everything else she owned behind including everyday items like makeup.

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