Teen Missing In Harlem May Be Sex Trafficking Victim

Patch reported that a  19-year-old woman from Pennsylvania was reported missing in Harlem and is feared to be a victim of sex trafficking, police and reports say.

Corinna Slusser was last seen in the early morning hours on Wednesday, September 20, 2017, at the Haven Motel in Rego Park, Queens, police told Patch. Although she was last seen missing in Queens, Slusser was reported missing within Harlem’s 32nd police precinct, police said.

Slusser, who lives in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, may be the victim of sex trafficking, police sources told the Daily News. Slusser’s Facebook profile says she’s a marketing student at the Indiana University of Pennsylvania and is originally from Lewisburg, Pennsylvania.

Friends of Slusser have shared concerned messages and pleas for help on her social media pages.

“If Anyone has information about Corinna Slusser please contact the police officer below. She filed an emergency protection from abuse while living in New York with a man,” one friend posted on Facebook. “She is originally from the Bloomsburg area and has been missing for around two weeks. She is a very active social media user and has not poster in weeks either. ”

Slusser (pictured above) is described as standing 5-foot-6 with blonde hair and blue eyes, police said. She has a large black tattoo of a flower in the middle of her chest, police told Patch.

Anyone with information is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477).

Photos by NYPD

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