Sunrise parents concerned, haven’t heard from adult daughter in nearly 2 weeks

A Sunrise mother and father are concerned because they say it’s been nearly two weeks since they have seen or heard from their adult daughter.

SUNRISE, Fla. – A Sunrise mother and father are concerned because they say it’s been nearly two weeks since they have seen or heard from their adult daughter.

According to her parents, they last saw 33-year-old Erika Verdecia on Sept. 24 around 3 p.m. leaving her home near University Drive and Sunset Strip.

Her father said since her disappearance, her phone has been shut off and there has been no activity on her social media accounts.

33-year-old Erika Verdecia was last seen by her parents on Sept. 24. (WPLG)

Erika also hasn’t spoken with her 6-yearyold daughter, who is now being cared for by her grandparents.

“No one that knows her, goes out with her, has heard from her,” said Carmen Verdecia, the missing woman’s mother. “We have called everybody.”

Added her father, Erico Verdecia: “Come back to mom, to your father. I love you mucho, too much. I love you mucho.”

Erika Verdecia was reported missing to the Sunrise Police Department five days after her disappearance.

Detectives are actively investigating the case.

Anyone with information that may help police is urged to contact Sunrise PD or Broward Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS.


About the Author:

Roy Ramos joined the Local 10 News team in 2018. Roy is a South Florida native who grew up in Florida City. He attended Christopher Columbus High School, Homestead Senior High School and graduated from St. Thomas University.