Police seek help finding missing Lincoln Heights mom

The LAPD is trying to find out what happened to 22-year-old Breeanna Guzman, a Lincoln Heights mother of two who took a walk to a drug store on Dec. 26 and never returned to her Humboldt Street home. Guzman’s family held an evening vigil for her on Tuesday night as police look for clues. Here are details from a missing person notice issued by police:

Breeanna Guzman was last seen on December 26, 2011, at approximately 7:30 pm, at her residence in the 2300 block of Humboldt Street, in the Lincoln Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles. After leaving her residence, she never returned home and has not been seen or heard from since. She was last seen wearing a blue jacket, a pink shirt, and blue jeans. She has a tattoo on the back of her neck, a pierced bottom lip, and braces on her teeth. She also goes by the nickname of “Bree.”

Anyone with information concerning this case is asked to contact Detectives Frank Carrillo and Jay King at at (213) 486-6890 during weekday business hours or contact the Detective Information Desk at 877-527-3247. Refer to case DR #1104-18245.

LAPD Notices:


  1. Please bring my bestfriend home!

  2. This is so sad to hear. I’m so sorry! I’ll be on the lookout! And I send all my love to those poor children who undoubtedly miss and are worried about their mom. I hope she finds her way safely home.

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