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  1. #1
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    TX - Brooks Co., HispFem, 24-43, "That's Not My Problem" Tee, Jan'17

    Hispanic Female, 24-43 years old, abt 59 inches tall.

    Skeletal remains were found in January 2017 on private ranchland in Brooks County, TX.

    Clothing found:
    Shirt: blue and white plaid long-sleeve button-up with tie front, shoulders cut out, no size or brand
    T-shirt: Dark color, "That's not MY PROBLEM" printed on front of shirt. 'That's not' text in silver print, 'MY PROBLEM' test in pink print. No size, no brand.
    Underwear: red brief style, lace detail on front with bow, no size, no brand
    Underwear: black brief style, open knit pattern, no size, no brand
    Bra: 'Tommy Hilfiger' brand, size 34B, blue and red striped
    Pants: Jeggings with leopard pattern printed on area where front pockets would be, no size, no brand

    Footwear: Pair of shoes: 'Tower' brand, '937' style, black with pink laces and accents, no size

    Other items found:
    Cell phone: AT&T black flip phone
    Clear plastic container with red/orange lid (could be super glue or eye drops)
    Water bottle: clear bottle with green fabric (from a polo shirt) tied around it as carrying handle.





    https://identifyus.org/en/cases/16754
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    This case speaks me out as a border crossing hopeful. No respectable trendy US person would have such an outdated phone, so I'm guessing this was a fresh off-the-border foreigner that died after crossing the Rio Grande trying to achieve the famed american dream. Identity may be difficult but not impossible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nikon View Post
    This case speaks me out as a border crossing hopeful. No respectable trendy US person would have such an outdated phone, so I'm guessing this was a fresh off-the-border foreigner that died after crossing the Rio Grande trying to achieve the famed american dream. Identity may be difficult but not impossible.
    Yes the phone seemed off to me especially with her modern clothing style.

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    That may be, but there are also plenty of missing Hispanic women who are already living in the US. Even if she's not from the US, this woman had a clothing style that friends and family may recognize (Not many women can pull off leopard-print jeggings with a plaid tie at the waist shirt with cut out shoulders-- and that sassy "Not my problem" tee says she had personality, IMO)

    Here are a couple possibles:

    Concepcion Sagastume, 34, missing from Sarita Texas-- only an hour away from Brooks County and last seen wearing black and pink sneakers: https://www.findthemissing.org/en/cases/36330/

    Bianca Carrasco, 29, missing from San Antonio: https://www.findthemissing.org/en/cases/33941/
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    Here are a few possiable matches I found on NamUs




    Bianca Carrasco

    https://www.findthemissing.org/en/cases/33941/14/



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