Grafton Police Seek Missing Girl; Could Be in Waltham
Anyone with information is asked to call the Grafton Police Department.
UPDATED, 11:50 a.m., Thursday, Feb. 7:
Grafton teen Julia Rose Lomberto is still missing. Grafton Police Chief Normand A. Crepeau said Thursday morning it is still believed she could be in the Waltham or Somerville area.
Grafton Police are searching for Julia Rose Lomberto, who is missing and could be heading to Waltham.
Lomberto's family said the 15-year-old girl could be heading to Waltham or Somerville, according to Grafton Police. She is described as 5 feet, 4 inches tall, with blue eyes and dark long hair. She weighs 130 pounds and has an athletic build. She has four piercings and possibly facial acne.
Waltham Police Kristen Tracey, the high school resource officer, tweeted that Lomberto's grandparents live in Waltham and she has previously said she wanted to return to Waltham.
Lomberto left Grafton High School at 2:20 p.m. on Jan. 29 and took a taxi, with a friend, to Vernon Street in Worcester, according to Grafton Police. Her friend was located but Lomberto remains missing.
Anyone with information about Julia is asked to contact the Grafton Police Department at 508-839-5343.