Gladys Gabiela Rios-Gonzalez and Jessica Idalia Carranza Montoya missing

Two girls from same school disappear within five days of each other: Police

Police are looking from two teen girls who disappeared from the same Maryland high school. While one girl disappeared last Thursday, another girl disappeared on Monday. Both girls disappeared around 2:10 p.m., around the time school dismisses for the day.

The Montgomery County Police Department reports that the girls, both 15, attend Walter Johnson High School in Bethesda. Both girls vanished after school let out, but on different days, within five days of each other. Police said that although the girls had a few friends in common, they aren’t sure if the pair were friends themselves and there’s no reason to believe they are together.

“There’s no indication that the cases are related in that there’s no indication that the girls are together,” Sgt. Rebecca Innocenti, a department spokesman for the Montgomery County PD said on Tuesday.

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Gladys Gabiela Rios-Gonzalez disappeared Thursday from the 5900 block of Montrose Road in North Bethesda after she left school. She is a Hispanic female, stands 5 feet 4 inches tall and weighs around 150 pounds. She has black hair and brown eyes. She was wearing plaid green and white shirt, a blue jacket, blue pants, and Puma-brand shoes on the day she disappeared.

Jessica Idalia Carranza Montoya disappeared on Monday from the 600 block of Kingsford Road in Bethesda, according to police. She is a Hispanic female, stands 5 feet 4 inches tall and weighs around 174 pounds. She was last seen wearing black pants and a grey sweater with a grey t-shirt underneath.

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Anyone with any information is urged to contact the Montgomery County police at 301-279-8000.

[Feature Photo: Gladys Gabiela Rios-Gonzalez and Jessica Idalia Carranza Montoya/Handout]