GRAND RAPIDS (WZZM) -- A missing Grand Rapids woman's case was featured Monday on the Nancy Grace show.
Latrice Maze, 26, was last seen March 19 in the area of Burton Street and Division Avenue. Family members reported her missing after she failed to pick up one of her children from school.
On her website, Grace says Maze left no cell phone or credit card clues.
"Since her disappearance, there has been no digital footprint or trace of Maze. Maze's family says she does have a cell phone but the battery died, so there is no way for police to trace or "ping" her phone. Also, none of Maze's credit or debit cards have been used. Maze does not have a personal computer, but a source reveals there have been some disturbing threats against Maze posted on Facebook. Details of those threats have not been disclosed."
Maze was last seen wearing black slacks, a white t-shirt, a black jacket and a black, yellow and green-striped scarf on her head.
Anyone with information about her whereabouts is asked to call police at (616) 456-3604 or Silent Observer at (616) 774-2345. The Black & Missing Foundation (BAMFI) at bamfi.org is also following up on tips, which can be left anonymously.