Sisters reported missing after failing to show up for school
When school started this fall in Mesa, Ariz. two students did not show up for class. The Mesa Police Department and National Center for Missing & Exploited Children are asking for the public’s assistance in locating Krissanna and Shayanna Creech, and their father Christopher Creech.
The three were last heard from on May 25, 2013 when Christopher picked up Krissanna, then 10, and Shayanna, then 8, on their last day of school.
Christopher is an avid outdoorsman and had talked about taking his daughters camping. So when the three didn’t contact family or friends these last few months, there wasn’t reason to be concerned.
But the months went by, both girls celebrated birthdays and the school year came around again.
When classes began, Krissana and Shayanna were absent. Their grandmother – Christopher’s mother – became concerned and reported the family missing on Sept. 13.
The family was last seen in May driving near Main and Extension Street in Mesa, Ariz. They may be travelling in a blue 2000 Dodge Ram pickup truck with Arizona plates AMX4983.
It is very possible that all three have traveled to Mexico. According to the Mesa Police Department, Christopher Creech has a history of irregular behavior and may be emotionally unstable. Although Christopher is the sole custodian of Krissanna and Shayanna, law enforcement is concerned about the welfare of the girls.
Krissanna, who turned 11 on July 24, was 4 feet 4 inches tall and weighed 60 pounds when she was last seen. She has brown hair and hazel eyes.
Shayanna, who turned 9 on July 1, was 4 feet tall and weighed 40 pounds. She has brown hair and brown eyes.
Krissanna and Shayanna Creech are still missing. View their poster: http://ow.ly/p8H50. If you have any information contact us at 1-800-THE-LOST (1-800-843-5678). Calls can be made anonymously.