LORAIN, Ohio — It's been more than a month since 18-year-old Alaina Camacho and 20-year-old Nathan Orona disappeared in Lorain County.
Members of the Lorain County Sheriff's Office, Lorain Police Department, Lorain Mayor Jack Bradley and Lorain City Ward 6 Councilman Rey Carrion will join the missing pair's friends and family Friday morning for a news conference in Lorain.
The event is at 11 a.m. at Sacred Heart Chapel, 4301 Pearl Ave.
You can watch it in the live player below around 11 a.m.
Camacho's sister said she texted her roommate on Cleveland's East Side around midnight Feb. 1 and said she was heading home, but she never made it.
Instead, Sara Camacho said video showed her sister picking up Orona from the Sheffield Estates Apartments near Lorain around 1:40 a.m.
Family members said it was the last anyone saw or heard from the pair. Police said there's also no sign of Camacho's 2004 Gold Honda Accord with the license plate GTD9555. It's also missing its front bumper.
Friends and family of the pair have organized a search for this weekend. It is scheduled to happen this Sunday from 1 to 4 p.m. Searchers will meet at the Boys and Girls Club, 4111, Pearl Ave., Lorain and check nearby wooded areas, alleys, abandoned buildings and the Black River.
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