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Valley Woman Seen Abandoning Vehicle After Reported Missing

Palm Valley/Lubbock (KFXV) –A Valley woman, first reported as missing over the weekend, is seen in Lubbock, abandoning her vehicle in a north Texas parking lot. According to police in Palm Valley and Lubbock, 66-year-old, Alice Johnson Myers went missing on Saturday, prompting authorities to issue a missing person’s report. Today, authorities found myer’s vehicle parked at a Lubbock supermarket. After a salesman called police revealing the location of the vehicle, investigators learned Myers purchased a dark blue 2016 Jeep Patriot, and asked him to assist her to leave the vehicle at the grocery store, and told...

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Police Ask for Public’s Help Locating Missing Raymondville Woman

Willacy County (KFXv) — The search for 49-year-old, Nora Villalobos continues. FOX NEWS spoke to authorities who say a new agency will assist in the search. We also spoke to one of her neighbors who says they last saw her the day before she disappeared two weeks ago. San Juanita Elmore says her mother didn’t see or hear anything strange before 49-year-old Nora Villalobos went missing. According to Raymondville Police, Villalobos was last seen near her home on April 18th. Chief Zamora says the department will join efforts with Texas Equusearch – a nonprofit organization, to assist in the...

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Houston Girl Missing Since December; May Travel to Mexico

Houston (KFXV) — The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children is asking for the public’s assistance in locating a missing child. According to authorities, the family last saw 14-year-old, Yoselin Martinez Estrada on December 2nd of last year in Houston. Officials believe Yoselin may attempt to cross into Mexico. Yoselin is described as a Hispanic female, five feet one inch tall, and approximately 120 pounds. She has black hair and black eyes. If you have any information regarding Yoselin’s whereabouts, call Houston police at (713) 884-3131. You can also report any information to the National Center for Missing...

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New Details on Human Remains found in Rio Hondo

RIO HONDO (KFXV) — There’s new details tonight after human remains were found in Rio Hondo. As of today, authorities remained on scene– making this already a more than 24-hour long investigation. Cameron County investigators, giving out new details in the discovery of bones, north of Centerline Road in rural Rio Hondo. According to police, it was a farmer who found the human remains. The discovery led to intense police activity and blocking of the road, as multiple agencies arrived on scene, including Harlingen and Brownsville who have several reports of missing people. This morning, family of Nahomi Rodriguez–...

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Brownsville Police Continue Search for 14-Year-Old

BROWNSVILLE (KFXV) — We stay in Brownsville where police continue their search for a 14-year-old girl who has been missing since February. According to family members, Licksy Martinez left school on February 28th and never returned. After a month since her disappearance, investigators continue to solicit the public’s health in locating Licksy. If you have any information regarding her whereabouts, you are asked to contact Brownsville Police at (956) 546-TIPS (8477). remember, all information remains...

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