Georgina DeJesus – Missing Person

Every 40 seconds a child goes missing, and on April 2, 2004, Georgina Lynn DeJesus became one among thousands of reported missing children in the United States. The recent return of Jaycee Dugard to her family keeps hope alive for all families waiting for news of missing loved ones. Have you seen Georgina Lynn DeJesus?

Georgina DeJesus – Last Seen

On the afternoon of April 2, 2004, 14-year-old, Georgina left Wilbur Wright Middle School, and was last seen between 2:45 and 3:00 pm at a pay phone booth at the corner of 105th St. and Lorain Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio. Georgina and a friend called from a pay phone to ask the friend’s mother for permission for a sleepover at the DeJesus house, but the answer was no. Georgina and her friend then headed out for their respective homes. Georgina has not been seen or heard from since.

Georgina DeJesus – Physical Description

Georgina’s date of birth is February 13, 1990. Georgina is a Hispanic female with brown eyes, brown hair, and when reported missing weighed 135 lbs (61kg), 5′ 1″ (155 cm) tall, and has a light brown birthmark on her right leg and another birthmark on the right side of her chest. Georgina has pierced ears with one piercing in her left ear, and two piercings in her right ear.

When Georgina was last seen she was wearing a white jacket, sky-blue sweater, blue jeans, and a cream shirt. Georgina’s nickname is Gina. Today, Georgina would be 21-years-old.

Georgina DeJesus – Missing Person Case Background Information

Georgina DeJesus is one of three Cleveland teenage girls reported missing in a four year period who lived within blocks of each other. Amanda Berry reported missing April 21, 2003, Georgina DeJesus reported missing April 2, 2004 and Ashley Summers reported missing July 9, 2007. Police are trying to tie the three cases together, but have been unable thus far. However, one theory is that the teens may be victims of an illegal prostitution ring.

Missing Persons Posters and Contact Information

FBI missing person poster.
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children poster.

If you have any information about the disappearance, or whereabouts of Georgina Lynn DeJesus, please contact National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) or your local FBI office.

Reward Offered

The FBI is offering a reward for information regarding the disappearance of Georgina Lynn DeJesus.

Georgina’s parents, Nancy Ruiz and Felix DeJesus, have lived in limbo for seven years wondering if their daughter is dead or alive. Do you have any information that could solve the Georgina Lynn DeJesus cold case?