Garfield Heights police searching for missing 21-year-old woman

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GARFIELD HEIGHTS, OH - Garfield Heights police are asking for the public's help in locating a woman who has been missing for four days.

Photo courtesy: Garfield Heights Police Department

Photo courtesy: Garfield Heights Police Department

21-year-old Natalie Perez left her home on Blythin Road at around 2 p.m. on April 6th after an argument. She did not have a cell phone or any money with her when she left. Her family has tried to contact her via social media but haven't heard anything, and neighbors have not seen her.

Natalie lives with bi-polar issues and schizophrenia and has not been taking her medication.

Natalie is 4'11" tall and weighs 85 pounds. She has curly black hair and brown eyes. When she left home, she was wearing a light grey sweater, light color jeans with holes and black shoes. She was carrying a large black purse with yellow and green lettering. The police have provided two different photos of her with different hair color for more help in finding her.

Photo courtesy: Garfield Heights Police Department

Photo courtesy: Garfield Heights Police Department

Anyone with information about Natalie is asked to call Garfield Heights Police at 216-475-1234.