Rosa Cruz-Morales has been sharing search efforts to retrieve her brother on Fb over the previous week.
CLEVELAND — One Northeast Ohio sister will not be giving up efforts to seek out her brother.
Rosa Cruz-Morales of Cleveland is at the moment main the search to seek out her lacking sibling, Jose Irizarry, who disappeared final Thursday, November 12.
In accordance with Cruz-Morales, Irizarry left the Cuyahoga County Justice Division in downtown Cleveland on Thursday night time sporting a GPS ankle monitor, which the sister says is because of a psychological sickness that would pose a problem to his security.
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Cruz-Morales says that when household and mates contacted Cleveland Police for assist in discovering Irizarry, CPD instructed them that the lacking man’s final location by way of the ankle monitor was pinged on Whiskey Island in Cleveland. Searchers finally discovered the ankle monitor, in addition to blood-stains and Irizarry’s cellphone within the surrounding areas.
On Saturday, the Northeast Ohio girl posted a video on Fb voicing frustration over what she says is a sluggish response from the Cleveland Police to analyze the case, in addition to proof she reported.
“My brother’s been lacking since Thursday, I reported there was blood stains Saturday we reported bloodstains this morning,” Cruz-Morales stated in a video posted to Fb. The sister additionally stated that regardless of a number of calls alerting police to potential proof, CPD did not arrive till hours after wind and rain had washed it away.
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Cruz-Morales says she worries that the blood, ankle monitor, and cellphone all level to foul play.
“I am asking for anybody to please be looking out, if you happen to had been round that space, at the moment and also you noticed one thing please say one thing, if you understand anybody who might need been at whiskey island, please come ahead and say what you understand,” Cruz-Morales instructed 3News.
In case you have any info on the disappearance of Jose Irizarry, please name the Cleveland Police Division at (216) 623-5000.
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