Where Is Mila? - My9 New Jersey

Where Is Mila?

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Mila Kostadinova is an 18 year-old Dumont, New Jersey high school student who has been missing since June 2, 2014.

On the surface, this may seem like another missing persons report; however, this story has blown up due to some strange circumstances surrounding her disappearance.

For instance, normally a missing persons case is handled by the local police, but this one seemingly went directly to the Bergen County Prosecutor who issued a press releases asking for assistance in finding Kostadinova and requesting anyone with information to come forward.

The other interesting thing about this is that Mila’s Twitter feed displays numerous posts about her being unhappy at home. One post even read: “So I don’t live at home anymore. Special thanks to the people taking care of me and giving me all the freedom in the world.” This shows that Kostadinova had left home before and found somewhere else to live.

Other posts suggest her being depressed and medicated. As a result, the social media site shed light on some of the things that Kostadinova was dealing with, showing a girl who was clearly upset and already looking to leave and perhaps had left on her own.

It has been over 17 days since Kostadinova has made any contact in public or social media. If you have any information on Mila’s whereabouts please call: 201-226-5532.

 

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