Actress Arielle Kebbel Calls for Help Locating Missing Sister
Julia Kebbel was last seen Wednesday night while walking her dog in the Silver Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles.
Actress Arielle Kebbel is asking for help to find her missing sister, Julia.
Julia is a director of promotions at NBCUniversal.
In an Instagram post on Saturday, Kebbel, whose résumé includes roles on Lifetime's Unreal and in the upcoming film Fifty Shades Freed, sent out an alert that Julia had gone missing in the Silver Lake area of Los Angeles. She was last seen Wednesday night, around 11 p.m., walking her chocolate lab, Cindy.
Kebbel attached a photo of her sister with her dog and included a description of Julia in her post: "Weighs about 105 pounds. Fair skin. Bleach blonde short hair. She has tattoos on both forearms. She has a spiritual symbol w/ a key and the words promise on one forearm and a blue Phoenix rising on the other." Julia Kebbel is 36 years old and five feet, three inches tall.
On Sunday evening, Kebbel released a statement: "My family and I are asking for any and all information that may help in our search for my sister, Julia. We are so grateful and touched by the incredible support we have received from everyone. We are hopeful that she is safe and will not stop looking until she is back home with us."
An official missing persons report was filed by the LAPD on Monday, stating that Julia "was last seen on January 31, 2018, walking her dog in the 1900 block of Golden Gate Avenue, in the City of Los Angeles."
Kebbel asked that anyone who has seen her sister, or has information about her whereabouts, contact the Los Angeles Police Department at 213-996-1800 or KlaasKIDS at 855-733-5567.
On Feb. 13, Kebbel announced that Julia had been found and was safe. "It is with great joy and relief that I share the wonderful news that my sister, Julia, and her dog, Cindy, have been found safe," the actress wrote on Instagram. "While we do ask for privacy at this time, my family and I want to thank everyone for all of your love and support over the past two weeks. We are so grateful to every single person who helped spread the word and joined us in our search. We would also like to thank the Los Angeles Police Department, KlaasKIDS, SERT Ministries and Anonymity Rescue for their efforts in bringing Julia home."
Feb. 13, 1:57 p.m. PT: Updated to reflect Julia Kebbel being found safe.