Parents of missing Montreal teen plead for public’s help
MONTREAL – Three weeks have passed, and there is still no sign of a missing 16-year-old St-Leonard girl.
For the parents of Bianca Fabbrizio, it’s become a nightmare.
“It gets harder and harder for me to even think about it,” the teen’s mother Antonella Alongi told Global News.
“I just hope she comes home, I want her home, that’s all.”
The teen was last seen on October 20 in Riviere-des-Prairies.
She was with family eating supper, when she stepped outside for air – and she hasn’t been seen since.
Bianca left without her purse.
According to her family, the teen could be in danger or held against her will.
“Bianca could even be sleeping on the street or inside a bank entrance, we don’t know anything,” said the girl’s father George Fabbrizio.
Montreal Police spokesperson Danny Richer told Global News that detectives are validating recent tips on the girl’s possible whereabouts.
“I can’t tell you more,” Cst. Richer said.
“We don’t want to jeopardize the investigation.”
Bianca Fabbrizio is about 5-foot-3, 130 pounds, with brown eyes and black hair.
For a full description from police, click here.
She has a piercing on her nose and may also be wearing black-framed eyeglasses.
This Saturday is the teen’s 17th birthday and her parents have one wish: to celebrate the day with her.
“This is a parent’s worst nightmare, the worst,” said her mother, choking back tears.
Anyone with information on Bianca Fabbrizio is asked to call Info Crime at 514-393-1133 or 9-1-1.
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