Roswell police issue missing endangered juvenile, person advisor

Roswell police issue missing endangered juvenile, person advisory

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Elyssa Winchester (34), Riccie Winchester (12) and Ethean Winchester (11). Elyssa Winchester (34), Riccie Winchester (12) and Ethean Winchester (11).
Ethean Winchester (11) and Riccie Winchester (12) Ethean Winchester (11) and Riccie Winchester (12)
ROSWELL, New Mexico -

From the Roswell Police Department: 

This is a Missing Endangered Juvenile/Person Advisory for the Roswell Police Department. For media inquiries please contact the Roswell Police Department at (575) 624-6770.

The Roswell Police Department seeks the public's assistance in locating Elyssa Winchester, 34, and her two children Riccie Winchester, 12, and Ethean Winchester, 11. The three were last seen on June 17, 2019 in Roswell. Family in Roswell have had no contact with Winchester or the children since they left Roswell. Family learned that Winchester may have moved to Hope, NM or Cloudcroft, NM. Attempts to locate them in Hope and Cloudcroft have been unsuccessful.

Elyssa Winchester is 5'5", 160 lb.'s, with brown hair and hazel eyes. She has a flower tattoo on her left forearm. She has piercings on her lip, nose and both eyebrows. Riccie Winchester is 5'2", 120 lb.'s with brown hair and brown eyes. Ethean Winchester is 5'0", 110 lb.'s with blond hair and brown eyes.

If you have any information on the whereabouts of Elyssa, Riccie or Ethean, please contact the Roswell Police Department at (575) 624-6770 or dial 911. 

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