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A citywide search is being conducted this weekend in Los Angeles to find a lesbian who has been missing since September.
Mitrice Richardson, 24, was released from a Malibu-area sheriff's station in the twilight hours of September 17 without her phone, purse, or car. Searches in canyons, hills, and parts of greater L.A. including West Hollywood and south Los Angeles have turned up no results, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Richardson graduated from California State University, Fullerton, with a 4.0 grade point average, and planned to become a teacher. She was also a dancer who performed at a gay and lesbian bar. After she went missing, it was revealed that Richardson had some psychological disorders and may be bipolar.
To learn how to volunteer for the search on March 28 or to find more information on Richardson, visit FindMitrice.info or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.