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Four-Years Later: Age Progression Photos of Missing Teen Gina DeJesus

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AGE PROGRESSION AT AGE 17 AGE PROGRESSION AT AGE 17

Cleveland, OH - As part of an ongoing search, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children is seeking the public's help locating Georgina "Gina" DeJesus.

The teen went missing April 2, 2004 and this year marks the 4th year of her disappearance.

Gina is a Hispanic female with brown hair and brown eyes. When last seen, she was 5'1" tall and weighed 135 pounds.

Georgina's ears are pierced and she ha a second piercing in the cartilage of her right ear. She has a birthmark on her right leg and another on the right side of her chest.

The public is urged to call 1-800-The-Lost with any information they have concerning the disappearance or current whereabouts of Georgina. Calls are kept confidential and may be made anonymously.

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