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Family of missing Indiana woman distributes flyers throughout the South Bay

San Diego, Chula Vista and Imperial Beach sees missing person flyers describing Lateche Norris, 20, as her parents spent Thanksgiving searching. 

Flyers of a missing Indiana woman, Lateche Norris, are being hung county wide including San Diego, Chula Vista and Imperial Beach as her parents spent Thanksgiving attempting to locate her. 

According to her family, Norris, 20, was last seen on Nov.4 at a 7-Eleven store at 222 Park Blvd. Norris last spoke to her mother, Cheryl Walker, on Nov.5 after a fight with her boyfriend the night before broke out. The last phone call Walker received by Norris was through a stranger’s phone.

Walker describes Norris as 5 feet 8 inches tall and approximately 160 pounds. Walker publicly described a photo received by Norris on the night of Nov.4 where she wore wearing black leggings, a black sweatshirt, black with some white tennis shoes and carrying a black and white checkered backpack. According to Walker, Norris has a tattoo of an arrow on her left forearm, a 7-inch blade on her right calf, a dreamcatcher on her left shoulder blade and unknown words on her knuckles.

According to a spokesperson with the San Diego Police Department, a missing person report was filed Nov.10 and investigators don’t believe she is at risk. 

A Facebook page was created where locals assisted in distributing flyers and post potential leads on Norris’ location. 

Norris was raised in Indiana. According to Walker, Norris moved to Santa Cruz with her boyfriend. She returned to Indiana, then on Halloween weekend, she made a trip to San Diego with her boyfriend.

Anyone with information is asked to call SDPD at (619)-531-2446 and reference case number 21-501043.