Bronx family searches for 15-year-old Jillian Frascati who went missing Wednesday

Frascati's family describes her as a young bright Frascati's family describes her as a young bright student who is passionate about music. Photo Credit: News 12

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THE BRONX - A local Bronx mother is asking for the public's help in finding her 15-year-old daughter who went missing Wednesday.

Jillian Frascati's mother says her daughter was wearing a black tank top with pink lettering, a black New York Yankees hat with a pink logo, grey jogging pants and black and white sneakers on the night of her disappearance.

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Frascati's mother says that Target security informed her that someone fitting her daughter's description was seen leaving the store at 10:52 p.m. Wednesday night heading west down 225th Street.

The area is a major transportation hub with the 1 train, Metro-North and several NYC buses running through the section of the Bronx.

Frascati's mother says that her daughter left home after an argument and did not take her cell phone with her. She says she may have used an iPad or other device at Target to contact someone to pick her up.

Frascati's family describes her as a young bright student who is passionate about music.

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Anyone with information on Frascati's whereabouts is asked to call Crime Stoppers.

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