Missing girl’s mother cries as a celebrity joins the search for a mysterious disappearance

A LOS Angeles Ram Safety has joined the search for a California woman who has been missing for 45 days, bringing tears to her mother.

Taylor Rapp recorded a minute-long video urging everyone in the Selma, California area to look for Jolissa Fuentes and gave a description of her gray Hyundai, license plate number 8MPU766.

Taylor Rapp, a security guard for the Las Angeles Rams, asked the public to keep an eye out for Jolissa Fuentes, who has been missing for 45 days

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Taylor Rapp, a security guard for the Las Angeles Rams, asked the public to keep an eye out for Jolissa Fuentes, who has been missing for 45 daysCredit: Facebook
According to her parents, Jolissa was last seen stopping at a gas station to buy snacks on her way home

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According to her parents, Jolissa was last seen stopping at a gas station to buy snacks on her way homePhoto credit: Selma Police Department
The last missing poster for Jolissa

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The last missing poster for Jolissa
Jolissa is standing next to the missing car

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Jolissa is standing next to the missing carPhoto credit: family handout

“Everyone please keep an eye out for Jolissa Fuentes,” Rapp said in the video. “Let’s take her home.”

Jolissa’s mother, Norma Nunez, posted the video to Facebook, telling the US Sun that she was “moved to tears” that the Rams’ launch safety helped her family.

“Jolissa would be so happy. She absolutely loves the Rams,” Nunez said. “Having him do that for her was so touching. People are looking for her and want her found, so I was touched.”

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Jolissa was last seen around 4 a.m. on August 7 when surveillance video at a gas station in Selma, California, recorded her getting out of her car to buy snacks.

Her mother believes “someone has her” and the police are treating her disappearance as a criminal matter.

Her family turned to a private investigator and upped the reward to $15,000 for information gathered through raffles and a GoFundMe campaign.

“We’re not waiting for the police to find them,” Nunez said in a previous interview. “We’ll take her home.”

Last week, police held their first press conference since Jolissa’s disappearance, but they had no news.

Since then, her mother, Norma Nunez, has been juggling media interviews, going about her daily chores to pay bills, and using every tool available as part of her search for Jolissa.

PROMISED LAST HINTS

Jolissa’s family and friends posted pictures of a black Micheal Kors backpack she was carrying when she was last seen.

Jolissa reportedly told her brother that she was going to the store and that she would be “right back” after stopping at her grandmother’s to pick up the bag containing the money for the store.

She also tried to FaceTime her sister at 3:59 am, but Jolissa’s sister was asleep and didn’t respond.

“Why did she FaceTime? Did she want to show us something? Was something wrong?” said her mother.

“Everything went through our heads.”

TERRAIN AND TIPLINE BY SELMA

The area around the towns of Sanger and Selma is a vast landscape with forests and lakes bordering several mountains.

Adventures With a Purpose excluded the lakes.

Family and friends set up an online interactive map to coordinate the search effort, which they posted to Facebook groups.

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Authorities are still searching for a silver 2011 Hyundai with license plate 8MPU766, who remains missing.

Anyone with information is urged to contact the Selma Police Department at (559) 891-2252.

There have been no updates for almost two months since Jolissa went missing

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There have been no updates for almost two months since Jolissa went missingCredit: Facebook
Norma Nunez, Jolissa's mom, has been juggling it all as she searches for her daughter and tries to stay positive with lots of prayer

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Norma Nunez, Jolissa’s mom, has been juggling it all as she searches for her daughter and tries to stay positive with lots of prayerPhoto credit: fox 26
Her mother told The US Sun in a previous interview:

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Her mother told The US Sun in a previous interview: “Someone has her”Photo credit: family handout
Rapp (makes the tackle) is a starting safety for the Las Angeles Rams

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Rapp (makes the tackle) is a starting safety for the Las Angeles RamsPhoto credit: Getty Images – Getty

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