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Police Searching for 11-Year-Old Girl Last Seen at Queens Blvd Hotel Feb. 15

NIssa Domingo (NYPD) and Metro Hotel (Google)

March 26, 2019 Staff Report

The police are searching for an 11-year-old girl who was last seen at a Woodside hotel on Feb. 15.

Nissa Domingo, a Las Vegas resident, was last seen at around noon on Feb. 15 at the Metro Hotel, located at 73-00 Queens Blvd.

She is described as being Asian and about 4 feet tall, weighing about 60 pounds, with brown eyes and straight brown hair.

Anyone with information on the case should contact the Crime Stoppers hotline at 1-800-577-8477, or text CRIMES and then enter TIP577, or visit

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they already found her and she’s fine. it’s in the daily news. what the heck, sunnyside post?

Dear Boss

They just uploaded it now. However, Sunnyside post just told us this Monday. Who knows how long the other papers knew about it.


Did some looking around on this story. Apparently she was reported missing March 25 after she went missing on Feb. 15.

The police haven’t released information on why she was in NY and why a missing persons report was put out a month after the girl went missing.

This info and what Dear Boss is asking would have been useful in this article. If the police aren’t releasing info on the situation put it in the article, makes the article look like you did your research rather then just stuck it together.


Missing 11-year-old girl from Las Vegas found in lower Manhattan, mom in custody this is from the daily news – and why was she at a homeless shelter when they do not live in new york at all.

Dear Boss

Um… She was on the run. You don’t have to have identification to get into a shelter. Most don’t have identification, how can you when you are homeless???



Wow, that’s one of the seedy hotels. How in the world does something like this happen?

Dear Boss

So here’s my problem…
She’s 11.
She’s not from NY.
She was last seen at a hotel.
Was apparently ok until broad daylight.
We are just hearing about this now, a good 6 weeks later.

So who was with her? Where were they when this happened?
Where are they now?


I just saw on a different post that it was parental abduction, with the non-custodial mother being arrested and the brother found. Nissa is still missing. Which tells me…. bad things sadly. Pray she is found safely.

Garrett Winters

Very good points by the last comment, why has this taken so long to become news?

Dear Boss

They just told the police now. Parental abduction sounds right. If a parent didn’t take her we would have heard about it MUCH sooner than now.


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