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Missing Teen: Angela Jaramillo's Disappearance Being Investigated by Dallas Homicide

Angela Jaramillo (Dallas Police Department)

DALLAS (CBS) Two months ago 16-year-old Angela Jaramillo went out to attend a party. She never came back. Family members say it is unlike her to run away, and police now suspect foul play.

On Jan. 23 Jaramillo was out at a party and called her mother, Stephanie Reyes, to see if she could spend the night at a friend's. Her mother said yes, and that was the last time she spoke to her daughter.

After trying to get a hold of her daughter the next day, Reyes called the police when she discovered Jaramillo never showed up at the friend's house she was supposed to sleep at.

CBS affiliate KTVT reported that police have asked its homicide division to help investigate the case. Reyes said, "I can't believe that it took this long for someone to understand that she's not just a runaway."

Reyes told CBS News' Crimesider that her daughter has never run away before, is very involved in school and enjoys spending time at home.

Jaramillo, whose nickname is Angie, is about 5 foot 8, 190 pounds and has black hair and brown eyes. She has her ears and tongue pierced.

Schepps Dairy is offering a reward of $5,000 for information leading to the safe return of Jaramillo. Anyone with information is asked to call Crimestoppers at 877-373-8477, or Detective E.A. Ibarra at 214-671-3646.

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