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Hesperia man driving to work goes missing; family pleads for help

HESPERIA , Calif. ( It’s been nearly two weeks since Emanuel Aleman was last seen or heard from after he left for work and never returned.

“Our beloved brother Emanuel Aleman has been missing since Monday 11/25/19. He was last seen leaving his home in Hesperia to commute to work in Anaheim at 2:30am.,” his sister Alondra Aleman told Victor Valley News.

 “Our brother has vanished from us without a trace, we are desperate for help as 11 days have passed since he disappeared. He is a very good man, loving husband, father to 3 kids, and brother,” Aleman said.

Emanuel is described as having black hair, brown eyes, 5’11, 260 pounds. His vehicle is described as a white Honda Civic with license plate #6XTR424.

This is the second person from the Victor Valley reported missing in less than 2 weeks. Deputies are still searching for 53–year-old Izetta Burney who vanished without a trace while returning to Victorville from a spa trip in San Diego.

She was driving a black 2008 BMW 528 series with tinted windows and she is described as a army veteran, mother, and grandmother. She was placed on national missing person list and her family fear she is in danger.

Anyone with information leading to the whereabouts of Emanuel is urged to contact the Hesperia Police Department at (760) 956-5001 reference report# 191908059

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