She Left Her Infant Daughter With Her Ex-Boyfriend In 2018, Saying She Needed To Visit Her Sick Mom: Her Mom Was Never Ill, And She’s Been Missing Ever Since

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Nancy Troche-Garcia, a 28-year-old mother and resident of Asheboro, North Carolina, in 2018, was originally from Mexico.

There, she grew up as one of five siblings and was known to be a hard worker. Then, she moved to the United States in 2011 and was determined to create a better life for herself and her family. At the time, she relocated with her fiancé, but their marriage did not last long.

Following their divorce, Nancy became a citizen of the U.S. and worked at a furniture factory in Asheboro for three years. By 2018, she was also living in her own apartment and had recently gone through a breakup with her ex-boyfriend – who was the father of her 5-month-old premature baby, Natalia.

However, what started off as a normal May weekend in 2018 ended in tragedy when Nancy mysteriously disappeared.

It all began on Saturday, May 19, when Nancy and her daughter attended a kid’s birthday party. Nothing seemed wrong that day, and according to her friends, Nancy had a nice time at the celebration.

Yet, the very next day, Nancy visited her ex-boyfriend’s home on East Balfour Avenue in Asheboro and dropped off their daughter. Then, later that Sunday, Nancy went to see her ex-boyfriend’s sister and asked if she could help her ex care for their baby.

During this conversation, Nancy reportedly claimed that she had to travel to Mexico to see her mother – who was very ill. This was the last time anyone saw or heard from Nancy again.

Three days later, on May 23, 2018, Nancy’s coworker contacted the police after she failed to show up for work for a few days. At that point, authorities conducted a welfare check at her apartment, and no sign of Nancy was found.

Once Nancy’s mother, Maria Garcia, was contacted by detectives, though, it was uncovered that Maria had not been sick. Moreover, Nancy had not planned a visit to Mexico.

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