LAS VEGAS — The FBI is searching for a 21-year-old Las Vegas woman who has ties to Arizona.
Zailey U. Flores last spoke to her family on Jan. 12 when she called to say she was in Mexico. No one has heard from her since.
Flores has ties to Maricopa County, Tucson, Marana, and Laveen.
The FBI said Flores has scars on her left arm, left hand, both wrists, and vertical scars on her palms. She also has burn marks on both of her legs.
April Reed, Flores' mother, said she's hoping someone will come forward with information indicating that her daughter is safe.
"I don't know who has her, I'm not certain it's got anything to do with any specific group of people," Reed told 12News. "I need to know she's okay."
Flores is 5 feet 6 inches tall, 140 pounds, and also goes by the aliases "Luna" or "Zay." She's been known to change her hair color.
Anyone with information about Flores is asked to contact their local FBI office.
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