- May 31, 2014 - MURRIETA, Calif. --
Ashley Brittany Lopez's original story has never been played out in the” media,” short of a few news articles. "It is difficult to get tips from the public when this happens, as it does way too many times. Someone out there knows what has happened to Ashley. This could be any of our daughters." explains Brenda Adams Condon, a volunteer working with Ashley's family. For the residents of Temecula Valley/ Murrieta, The search for Ashley will take a new turn May 31, 2014. At City of Murrieta Creekside Village Green Park, Located off Whitewood Rd. and Isaac St. at 3:00 P.M. "We are hoping that the public will join us at this vigil to help bring attention to Ashley's plight and that anyone with information will please contact authorities."
Ashley Brittany Lopez, 16, a student at River Springs Charter School in Temecula, was last seen at about 9 a.m. Friday, Dec. 20, 2013, walking away from the school's campus toward Margarita and Rancho Vista roads in Temecula. She last texted a message to her father and since her cell phone goes straight to voicemail.
Condon further explains, "We will be having an awareness vigil for Ashley, letting everyone know what we need to do as a community, to search for Ashley and bring her home." The media is invited, and encouraged to attend, as well.
For more information, please see a Facebook Event page titled "Awareness Vigil "Ashley Brittany Lopez. " Lopez is registered with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children http://www.missingkids.com/poster/NCMC/1227177/1#poster
and LostNMissing, Inc. http://lostnmissing.org/missing/ashleylopez/