Woman who told her family that her boyfriend stabbed her in the neck is missing in Phoenix, they ask for help to recount her

Arizona.- The Phoenix Police are requesting the help of citizens to locate a Irene Luevano, 37 years old, who disappeared early Sunday morning, minutes after reporting that it was assaulted by her boyfriend, informed the authorities.

In their social networks, the Arizona Department of Public Safety (DPS) and the Phoenix Police published and the information of the woman who is missing since dawn and possibly requires medical attention.

Irene Luevano, 37-year-old Hispanic female. Last seen in the area of ​​Camelback Rd and 27th Ave around 4am this morning. Possibly in a gray Chevy Impala AZ D3A9VE. He may be injured and need medical attention,” police tweeted.

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According to reports Luevano, was with her boyfriend on Saturday night in a bar near 27th Avenue and Camelback Road, she contacted her family at 4 a.m. Sunday and told them her boyfriend stabbed her in the neck.

For the moment her boyfriend was found in a hospital where medical staff said that had gunshot wounds white that seemed self-inflicted. He is currently sedated, authorities said.

Phoenix Police Twitter. Photo: Capture

Luevano and his vehicle, a gray Chevy Impala A 2007 4-door with an Arizona license plate of “D3A9VE” is still missing, reported Telemundo.

The woman reported missing She is 5 feet 4 inches, weighs 180 pounds and has brown eyes and brown hair, she was last seen wearing a black dress and black shoes.

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Anyone with information about the case can contact the Department of phoenix police (602) 262-6151, 9-1-1.

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