CO CO - Krista Bowman, 32, Fort Garland, 14 March 2017

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  1. Gardener1850

    Gardener1850 Well-Known Member

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    http://www.kesq.com/news/family-of-missing-high-desert-woman-searches-for-answers/540061604

    http://z1077fm.com/missing-morongo-valley-woman/
     
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    "Rachel said that Krista met her boyfriend, but that the details of where they were and what they were doing were not clear. Complicating the search, the family said, are also receipts and eyewitnesses who said Krista was, at one point, in Arizona. Her family said the situation is even more unsettling because her boyfriend is a convicted felon and was recently arrested in Wyoming. Krista was nowhere to be found."

    Uh oh. I'm thinking she is in the desert, and her car was sold illegally. I have a feeling this guy will never tell what he did or where she is now. :(
     
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    How sad. I feel so overwhelmed for her family. California, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming... I hope they can narrow down a search area by comparing cell phone records for the couple.
     
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    Missing California woman’s car found in Taos parking lot

    TAOS — Police say a vehicle that might have been parked for as long as a year at an apartment complex in Taos was registered to a missing woman from San Bernardino County, Calif.

    But so far, the unlocked vehicle has offered few clues on Krista Rae Bowman’s whereabouts.

    Family members have told authorities that Bowman, who would now be 32, packed all of her belongings into her silver 2001 Toyota Avalon on March 14, 2017, and drove away from her mother’s residence in Morongo Valley, Calif. She told them she was headed to Colorado to visit her boyfriend, Christopher Starr Perfect.

    In April 2017, after she reached Fort Garland, Colo., Bowman exchanged Facebook messages with family members, saying she had reunited with Perfect.

    That was the last time they heard from her.

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    No sign of Bowman had surfaced until last week, when someone reported to the Taos County Crime Stoppers that a suspicious vehicle, a silver Toyota Avalon, was parked outside the Cruz Alta Condominiums.

    The caller suspected the car was stolen and said it had been parked in the lot for quite a while — possibly longer than six months.

    Acting on the tip, Taos police Detective Barry Holfelder ran the vehicle’s license plate and discovered it was registered to Bowman. The department then began working with the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department on its investigation into her disappearance.

    “We are actively looking for anyone who saw the car be dropped off at the Cruz Alta Condominiums or has any information regarding the car, Ms. Bowman or Mr. Perfect,” Holfelder wrote in a news release.

    He interviewed the manager of the apartment complex and learned that at least one resident remembered the car being parked there when he or she moved in May 3, 2017 — about a month after Bowman last spoke with her family.

    With consent from Bowman’s family, Holfelder searched Bowman’s car this week. But all he recovered, he said, were some clothes and other personal belongings. There was no identification for Bowman in the Avalon.

    “The vehicle had been left unlocked,” Holfelder said, and if anyone was inside it, that likely would complicate future forensic testing.

    Holfelder has impounded the car pending further investigation.

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  7. Horror

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    That’s crazy an unlocked car could sit within Apartment car park for 12 months without being stolen. And none ever really noticed that it never moved.


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    A year? That really puts the police behind in the case. Unreal, they thought it was a stolen vehicle, but just let it sit there.
     
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