Find Missing Monica Cassandra Carrasco!

Find Missing Monica Cassandra Carrasco!

Find missing Monica Cassandra Carrasco!
She has been missing for over 14 years ago.
At first, as in so many missing teen cases
It was believed that Monica ran away from home.
But what runaway stays missing for over 14 years
Without contacting anyone in her life?

Find Missing Monica Cassandra Carrasco!
Details

Find Missing Monica Cassandra Carrasco! Monica Cassandra Carrasco has been missing since October 2, 2003. She is missing from Balmorhea, Texas. A Violent Criminal Apprehension Program (ViCAP) Alert has been issued for Monica Carrasco. The FBI issues ViCAP Alerts for certain missing or unidentified persons when foul play is suspected in their cases. Monica is classified as an endangered missing person. She was born in the year 1986. At the time of her disappearance, Monica was 16 years old. Her current age is 30 to 31 years old. Monica Carrasco is a Latino female of Hispanic ethnicity.
She is described as 5’5″ tall and 100 to 111 pounds at the time of her disappearance.

Monica Cassandra Carrasco has dark brown hair and dark brown eyes. She has red streaks in her hair when she was last seen. Monica has pierced ears and a chicken pox scar on her forehead. It is near her hairline. She has a small light light-colored mole on her left cheek and dimples in both cheeks. When last seen, Monica was wearing a long beige or white nightgown and no shoes or socks. She may be carrying her Bible, which was reportedly large and white or black in color. Monica did not have her anti-depressants with her, which she was supposed to be taking. She reportedly also suffers from anorexia and low blood sugar. In October 2003, she was also on a strict diet.

Monica Cassandra Carrasco reportedly was under a doctor’s care at the time of her disappearance. And she may be in need of medical attention.

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Circumstances

It was October 2, 2003 in Balmorhea, Texas. Monica Cassandra Carrasco was last seen at her aunt’s and uncle’s home. It was reportedly four miles east of Balmorhea, Texas. She disappeared in the early hours of October 2, 2003. Two cousins saw her go to bed at 11:00 P.M. the night before. They checked on her at 1:30 A.M. and she was in bed asleep. By 7:30 A.M., however, Monica was gone. And her Bible was gone with her. Extensive searches around Monica’s aunt’s and uncle’s home have turned up no clues as to her whereabouts, reportedly. The terrain is rugged with many rocks, thorns, and cacti. And it would have been painful to walk in without shoes.

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Theories and A Possible Suspect

Monica Cassandra Carrasco is believed to have left the Balmorhea area to meet an unidentified individual. Possibly, she may have met someone she contacted on the Internet. Her aunt and uncle believe that she may have become disoriented from her medications. Then she may have left the house, and gotten a ride with a passing motorist. And she may have gotten the ride possibly on Highway 17 which runs near their home. In May 2003, five months before her disappearance, a bus drive allegedly harassed Monica. She didn’t report the incident to any local authority. But she was so shaken by it that she refused to take the bus to school after that. The bus driver was interviewed and was ruled out as a suspect in her disappearance.

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Backstory

Monica Cassandra Carrasco’s uncle did fail a lie detector test in her case. While Monica reportedly and apparently left the house of her own accord, police believe that she may be in danger. This is because she became depressed following her father’s death from bone cancer in 2000. And she was hospitalized for the depression and anorexia after reportedly losing over fifty pounds. After she was released from the hospital, Monica decided to live with her aunt and uncle because she was angry with her mother. Monica’s mother reportedly says that their relationship problems are not serious, however. And she does not believe that her daughter ran away.

Monica Cassandra Carrasco was a junior at Alpine High School at thetime of her disappearance And she is described as a very religious person.

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Appeal

The last time that Monica Cassandra Carrasco’s family and friends had with her was when she was a teenager. That was over 14 years ago. If Monica had met with an accident, it would have been physically impossible to hide or distort the evidence. I dare say that she would have been found long before this. It is doubtful that she would be missing for 14 years. If she ran away as a teenager, she would have eventually have gotten in touch with her family. Above all, her own mother believes she did not run away. That leaves us with foul play. But as yet, there is no evidence of it. It takes fresh tips and leads to help investigators solve Monica’s mysterious disappearance.

Someone (s) knows something! Do you have any information concerning the whereabouts of Monica Cassandra Carrasco? Do you have any information concerning the person (s) responsible for her disappearance? If you have any such information, there are multiple contact options.

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Contact Information

You can contact the FBI tip line: 1-800-CALL-FBI (1-800-225-5324). You can leave an online tip at: this webpage. OR You can contact your local FBI office. You can also contact FBI International Offices.
You can contact the Reeves County Sheriff’s Office at: (432) 445-4901.

To provide or request additional information, please contact:
– Sheriff Arturo Granado, Reeves County Sheriff’s Office, TX,
(432) 445-4901, art.granado@co.reeves.tx.us –
– FBI ViCAP, (800) 634-4097, vicap@leo.gov –
Contact ViCAP for information on how your agency can obtain access to the ViCAP Web
National Crime Database to view this case.
Agency Case #: 1751-03

A website, Monica Carrasco, has been set up for her. Click here to visit the site.

The above information can be found on Monica’s Charley Project Page. I have adapted and remixed it. It is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial 2.0 License.

The above image and additional information are courtesy of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Alert # 2010-06-02; Released 06/09/2010
To review other ViCAP Alerts, please visit ViCAP Alerts.

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