FBI Searches for Missing Nevada Teen Naomi Irion, Suspect

Naomi Irion

Naomi Irion (centre) has not been seen since March 12 (right) when she disappeared with an unidentified man (left, all photos Lyon County Sheriff’s Office)

The search for a missing Nevada The teenager is entering the tenth day.

Naomi IrionThe 18-year-old was last seen visiting a Walmart in Fernley around 5 a.m. on March 12.

The boy has not been seen since, despite a major search effort that now includes local deputies, state police, FBIand hundreds of Fernley residents.

Meanwhile, police are still trying to locate the man they believe was driving with Irion that day and have released an extended video and photo in the hope someone can provide information. give them a lead in the case.

The Lyon County Sheriff’s Office provided a Brief update on monday, said: “The Lyon County Sheriff’s Office is still actively searching for information about the disappearance of Naomi Irion. At this time, she has yet to be located. We are working closely with the FBI, surrounding agencies, and her family.”

Sheriff Frank Hunewill also said that a press conference is scheduled for 9 a.m. Tuesday.

Located 30 miles east of Reno, Fernley is a valley where the Truckee, Pah Pah, Virginia, and Curnow Ranges meet.

Irion hasn’t been seen since the morning of March 12 when she went to her local Walmart, where she took the shuttle to her job at Panasonic in nearby Sparks each day.

The Lyon County Sheriff’s Office released images showing Irion first stopping at a gas station that morning to get some food and an energy drink.

Then she goes to Walmart, where she parks her car in the same spot every day, according to her brother, Casey Valley.

During a press conference on Thursday, her brother said that while in her car, a man approached the driver’s side door, pulled it out, and said something to his sister.

The comments prompted his sister to switch over, and he then drove into the car.

“He walked around the parking lot, possibly to make sure there were no witnesses,” Valley said Thursday. “He went to the back of the car and forced the road into the driver’s side.”

Law enforcement has not released any information on how the unidentified man got into the vehicle, but they have released multiple photos and a lengthy video.

The images show a man in a gray hoodie walking by the side of the building shortly before Irion’s arrival.

Now, newly released video shows him loitering in front of parked, driving, or idling cars – but with his headlights on.

The delegates released the video in the hope that it could lead to the driver recalls something they saw that day.

Irion’s car was finally located just a few hundred feet from Walmart in an industrial park on Tuesday, March 15, three days after she went missing.

The delegates discovered evidence in Irion’s car leading them to believe her disappearance was suspicious. Evidence is currently being examined by Forensic Science Division of the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office.

Searches for any sign of Irion by deputies and the FBI have so far yielded few clues. On Saturday, 50o residents gathered to spend the day polishing the industrial park where Irion’s car was found to help with the effort.

Naomi Irion

Irion at a gas station (with permission from the Lyon County Sheriff’s Office) just minutes before she went missing.

Irion was last seen wearing one blue Panasonic shirt and knee-length gray cardigan. Meanwhile, the suspect is seen in a gray hoodie and jeans.

Officials are also trying to identify the owner of a dark-colored Chevrolet truck that is a 2020 model or later. They believe that the person they saw driving the car is the suspect or someone who knows what happened to Irion.

The girl has only lived in Fernley since August, moving in with her brother after graduating from high school in Wyoming last year.

Irion is now third teenage girl Go missing from small community since 2019.

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James Brien

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