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Two teens have gone missing in Cypress area

By: Rocio De La Fe` / Posted By: Paige Hubbard 

16-year-old Mayra Matias was last seen May 2nd. Her family told NTV Houston she had gotten home from school and appeared as if everything was fine.

The family went on to say Mayra was going out for a walk at a neighborhood park around 6 pm near Cy-springs high school, where she’s a student.
Sadly, she never made it back home; however, walks were a part of Mayra’s daily routine.

NTV Houston spoke to her sister and she shared Mayra was wearing a black hoodie and black leggings. She also says her family fears someone may have taken her. This is the second missing person reported in the Cypress area in just one week. 21-year-old Zuhr Kaleem was last seen Saturday, April 27th.

NTV Houston spoke to his family last week; they told us he was last seen wearing a dark-t-shirt with grey basketball shorts. He left his home in a 2011 white 4-door Honda Accord with the license plate reading HLB-0637.

Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Mayra Matias or Zuhr Kaleem is asked to call crime stoppers at 713-222-TIPS or your local sheriff’s office.

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