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2 separate Silver Alerts issued for missing Bristol individuals

Bristol Police

BRISTOL — Police have issued two separate Silver Alerts.

The first Alert is for Honesty Tirado, age 14. She was reported missing from her home on Blakeslee Street in Bristol as of 10/1/17.

Tirado is a Hispanic female with brown hair and eyes weighing approximately 180 pounds and standing 5’1” tall. Tirado was last seen wearing burgundy pants with a white hooded sweatshirt.

Another separate Silver Alert was issued for Victor Rosa, age 26. She has been reported missing as of 9/30/17 at 6:15 P.M.

Rosa was reported missing from his residence on Muir Avenue in Bristol. Rosa was last seen wearing a red zip up jacket with blue jeans and red/white sneakers.

Rosa is described as a Hispanic male weighing approximately 150 pounds standing 5’7” tall with black hair and brown eyes.

Rosa is possibly in the New Britain area.

Anyone with information on Rosa’s or Tirado’s whereabouts should contact the Bristol Police Department at 860-584- 3011.

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