Police officials in Bloomfield Township continue to ask the public for their help locating a teenage girl who has been missing for nearly a year. According to a statement released by police, Xamavi Wilson went missing from their jurisdiction on December 6, 2020
Bloomfield Police said on that day, Xamavi was last seen getting into a white jeep (unknown on the plate).
According to her foster parents, she is known to run away but returns typically the same day or the following day at the latest.
Bloomfield Police confirmed that NJ DCP&P has guardianship of her. They stated that Xamavi is known to run away for months at a time (previous foster families) and feels this time she is not coming back.
According to police, Xamavi Wilson,16, is a black female, 5'7 in height and weighs 160 lbs.
She is known to wear colored contacts to make her appear lighter, but her natural eyes are a dark brown also a small tattoo by her left eye.
Police say Xamavi was last seen wearing a black sweatshirt, black pants and black sneakers. She does not have a cellphone and frequents Irvington, Newark, Passaic and the East Orange areas.
If you know where Xamavi is, please get in touch with Bloomfield Township Police.