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Ivy Warhul 14 North Port, FL May 27, 2014

Posted by A Million People for the Missing on June 13, 2014 at 11:20 AM



She may be in the company of a male juvenile. They may be traveling to Saint Augustine, Florida in a silver and blue 2006 Honda Element. When Ivy was last seen, she had brown highlights in her hair.



North Port Police Department (Florida) 1-941-429-7300



Tiffany N Scott Warhul

I just wanted to clarify a few questions that are being asked. Yes Ivy and Ronnie are dating, Nothing was said about splitting them up. We recently found out, that they were being bullied and singled out because of their relationship in school. We do know that it was feared that they would be separated, which was unfounded. Honestly this was an extreme shock to all of us. They are very good kids and honor roll students. We are in the dark just as much as you. What we know is that these two kids should be at home sleeping in their beds! Home safe and with their families. Regardless of how they left, these two are still MISSING. Our main concern is finding them and bringing them home safely. We thank you all for your continued Shares, Help, Prayers and kind words!!

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Missing teens spotted in Palm Coast, search continues

Date: June 12, 2014

Police are searching for two missing teens who have been spotted repeatedly in the Palm Coast area.

The teens — 14-year-old Ivy Warhul and 16-year-old Ronnie Sousa — were last seen at the intersection of Interstate 95 and U.S. 1, volunteer searcher and Palm Coast resident Dawn Dicey said in an email to the Palm Coast Observer.

The teens left North Port Tuesday, May 27 in a silver and blue 2006 Honda Element with the tag number DBW3S, according to a missing persons flyer, and have been gone since.


Ivy Warhul is 5’2” feet tall, weighs 85 pounds and has brown eyes, light brown hair and braces. Ronnie Sousa is 5’11” feet tall, weighs 220 pounds, and has dark brown hair and a scar on his right calf.


Anyone who sees the teens should call the North Port Police Department at 941-429-7300

- See more at: http://www.palmcoastobserver.com/news/palm-coast/News/061220149535/Missing-teens-spotted-in-Palm-Coast-search-continu?page=3#sthash.Qzu44GWD.TaJexhcU.dpuf

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