In 2017, This New Mexico Mother Vanished Before Ever Checking In To Her Food Stamp Appointment

When speaking with authorities, her boyfriend Miguel claimed to have just dropped her off at the front of the DHS building that morning. And later, even though he was supposed to give Elizabeth a ride home, he detailed how she never called for a ride.

That’s why, later on, Miguel reportedly returned to the DHS looking for her. But he was never able to locate Elizabeth. Investigators did trace Miguel’s cell phone in order to confirm his statement.

According to Elizabeth’s family, it was very out of character for her to leave without any notice. And her loved ones firmly believe that she would have never willingly abandoned her children.

Investigators do suspect that foul play was involved in her disappearance. However, there is a lack of evidence, and her case has remained unsolved for over five years.

At the time of her disappearance, Elizabeth was five foot seven, weighed between 130 and 150 pounds, and had brown hair and green eyes. She was last seen wearing black yoga pants, a burgundy top, and a dark-colored jacket. Elizabeth also had stars tattooed on her right leg.

If you have any information regarding Elizabeth’s disappearance or whereabouts, you are urged to contact the Albuquerque Police Department at (505) 924-6095.

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