It's been almost a year since Nelly Tolentino left her home in Reading, PA. and was last seen in South Jersey. Police and her family are hoping you can help with any information about her.

Tolentino, who was 14-year old when she vanished, turned 15 on March 11.

In October of 2020, we reported that Tolentino was last seen in Atlantic City and Vineland. Police in Reading, Pa. are hoping someone in South Jersey can provide information about Neilina "Nelly" Tolentino.

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The AWARE Foundation is posting that Nelly has been missing from her home in Reading, PA since May 26, 2020. She was seen in Vineland in June of 2020 and in Atlantic City in November.

It's believed that Nelly is with an unknown adult man and she may be in extreme danger.


Nelly is Hispanic, has brown hair and brown eyes. She is five feet tall and weighs 120 pounds, according to a Facebook post by Reading, Pa. Police.

In a video from National Center for Missing and Exploited Children concerning Neilina Tolentino, her mother speaks emotionally to nelly about how much she is missed by her family.

I miss everything we did together. I miss your smile, I miss your laugh. Your sister misses you, your brothers miss you, everyone misses you and wishes that you would just come home.

There has been a surprising lack of information about this girl's disappearance, either in South Jersey or in Reading. It would seem that the disappearance of a 15-year old girl would generate more attention or details to help in finding her. For whatever reason, it has not.

If you have any information about Neilina Tolentino or knows of her whereabouts, contact Reading Police by calling 610-655-6116 or the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at 1-800-843-5678.

Watch a video released by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children concerning Neilina Tolentino

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