STILL MISSING: Latrice Maze Of Grand Rapids

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Maze pic2GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — It’s been hours since we last reported the Grand Rapids Police Department’s request for help from the public and the media in locating 26 year old Latrice Renea Maze, who was last seen near the intersection of Burton and Division yesterday, then reported missing by family after she failed to pick-up her child up from school.  The Grand Rapids Major Case Team is still on top of investigating her disappearance, but is still asking for your help.

Please, if you have any information on the disappearance of Latrice Maze, you are urged to contact the Grand Rapids Police Department at 616-456-3406.   You may also contact the Silent Observer by calling 616-774-2345, or leaving information online on

Remember, you do not to leave any personal or contact information.  Your identity is strictly confidential.

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  • Eboni Maze

    We are asking that anyone with any kind of information please let it be known. We are doing all we can to bring our loved one home safe and sound back in the arms of her family. My sister is the mother of 5 children and loved by many to so please please please help us find her.

    • Janice Best

      Eboni, it is your sister, by herself, who is missing? So, people should be on the lookout for her by herself (or perhaps with others), but not any of those lovely children I see in your Facebook post?

      I will be sharing the FB post, and although I'm not the praying kind, she, you, and the family will be in my thoughts.

  • Brenda

    Your family is in my thoughts and in my prayers. Her Great Uncle was at the Yankee Clipper Public Library Thursday and he said that he prays the local news will keep up with the story….The family is upset and a few family members are having a hard time dealing with the anger that comes with a situation such as this. There church has placed the healing hands on this family but they need continued community support. Please take a moment and share her photograph on your social media.
    Love one another always

  • Sheila coleman

    Trice me and my family r praying for your safe return please if anyone know anything please come foward please her children and family want her back and so do me and my family we love u trice ill never stop praying