UPDATE: Adriana has been found. “To all who assisted in helping to find my daughter, she is home and safe!” wrote her mother on Nextdoor. “Your kindness and willingness to help is very much appreciated. I am humbled. Thank you all!”
An Upper West Side teenager has been reported missing. Adriana Robb, whose home is in the upper 90s, was last seen on Friday, Jan. 14. She was in a residential treatment program called Outreach, located in Queens. “This is the second time she’s left the program in the last two weeks,” her mother, Laura Robb, says. She has no phone, no money and no ID.
Adriana is 16 years old, 5 feet tall and about 135 pounds. She has gray eyes and her hair is two-tone — red on the right side, black on the left. She has an eyebrow piercing on the right side. She was last seen wearing a gray hoodie, camo pants and black sneakers. Most of this information is in the flyer above created by Ms. Robb.
She frequents parks at 99th and Amsterdam, 104th and Amsterdam and the skate park in Riverside Park, at 108th Street.
Ms. Robb says she doesn’t think Adriana would have stayed in Queens. “She has no contacts there. She most likely came back to Manhattan. She could be on the Upper East Side, the Upper West Side, she could be on the subway.” Ms. Robb says the MTA is aware that Adriana is missing and that she is in their alert system.
Detectives at the 24th precinct are working on the case. Please notify the precinct at (212) 678-1811 if you have any more information that could lead to locating Adriana. Neighbors on Nextdoor.com have been offering to print out flyers and post them in their buildings.