CARLISLE — Chief John Fisher reports that the Carlisle Police Department continues to ask the public for assistance with an ongoing search for a 15-year-old girl who has been missing since March 18.
Eloa de Oliveira was last seen at approximately 12:15 p.m., walking by herself as she left Concord-Carlisle High School on Friday, March 18. It appears de Oliveira got into a dark-colored sedan that was parked off school grounds.
De Oliveira was staying in Carlisle temporarily, and left a note saying she did not want to be in this area.
De Oliveira was previously reported to be last seen wearing black pants, a black shirt, a black puffy jacket and white Nike Air Force One sneakers, but Carlisle Police obtained video footage showing that she changed around midday into dark-colored shorts, a black jacket, and black sneakers. She was also wearing a black backpack.
The Carlisle Police Department continues to work with local law enforcement agencies around the region, including Concord Police, State Police, the FBI, and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, to follow up on leads in the case.
Most of the leads so far have been in Framingham, Braintree, and Malden. Carlisle Police have reached out to law enforcement partners in those areas, and shared missing persons posters in those areas.
“We continue to actively search for Eloa de Oliveira and are working with law enforcement partners in other communities to follow every lead,” said Chief Fisher. “We continue to ask that anyone who has contact with de Oliveira to call Carlisle Police immediately. We are committed to finding her so we can ensure her safety.”
Police are continuing their search and anyone with information about her whereabouts is asked to call the Carlisle Police Department at 978-369-1155.