ASHTABULA — An area woman wants her granddaughter to come home.
Jennifer Ellis, of Ashtabula, said she believes that someone out there knows the whereabouts of her granddaughter, Diamond Ellis.
Jennifer Ellis reported Diamond missing on June 5, according to an Ashtabula Police Department report.
Diamond, 15, was last seen in Ashtabula at 3:30 p.m. on June 4.
Diamond is Black and is 5-foot-6 and weighs 150 pounds, according to the police report. She was last seen wearing black shorts and a t-shirt.
She also goes by Diamond Motley, Jennifer Ellis said.
“I want my grandbaby home,” Ellis said. “I want her home or safe and sound.”
Diamond Ellis reached out to her grandmother on June 15 via text message to tell Jennifer that she was OK, according to police reports.
Jennifer Ellis believes that Diamond is in the Cleveland area, and that she will reach out to her family when she hears how worried they are.
“I just want her to know that she is loved,” Jennifer Ellis said.
She said she wants Diamond to feel comfortable coming home.
Diamond was last seen with a friend, “Ocean,” according to the police reports.
Diamond was found once by police in the Cleveland area, before disappearing again, Jennifer Ellis said.
She said she is concerned about Diamond’s safety.
When asked what she wanted to say to Diamond, Jennifer Ellis said that she loves her, and wants her home.
“We miss her, we all miss her,” Jennifer Ellis said. “Please, find a way to call or text.”
Anyone with information about Diamond’s whereabouts is encouraged to contact the Ashtabula Police Department at 440-992-7172