CO CO - Nicholle Torrez, 27, Denver, 15 Dec 2006

Discussion in '2000's Missing' started by Rle7, Aug 7, 2007.

  1. Rle7

    Rle7 New Member

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    Age: 27 DOB: 06/03/1979
    Sex: Female
    Race: White/Hisp
    Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
    Height: 5'2"
    Weight: 105
    Last seen wearing light blue jeans, black shirt and
    tan corduroy jacket.
    May be driving a white 1992 Jeep Cherokee,
    Colorado Lic. #124-LWD
    Missing From: Denver, Colorado
    Missing Since: 12-14-06
    Details: Last seen in Denver, Colorado on 12-14-06.
    Anyone with information on this Missing Adult is
    asked to contact the Denver Police Missing Persons
    Unit at 720-913-6911.

    http://www.denvergov.org/Portals/326/documents/torrez nicholle.pdf
     
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  3. ohwell1971

    ohwell1971 Glorious Minds Think Alike

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    There is nothing on this girl anywhere...I wonder if she was located.
     
  4. Rle7

    Rle7 New Member

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  5. AMF

    AMF Faith dares the soul to go farther than it can see

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    bumping.....
     
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  7. Cubby

    Cubby fly the W!

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  9. margarita25

    margarita25 Jessica Ridgeway. Never Forgotten.

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    Thanks for posting. From above:

    "It’s all about getting information,” Keller said.

    Keller is pushing for better training for rural police departments. He said his son went missing in Conejos County and feels if he went missing in a more staffed area, he might have been found.

    Other issues that families brought forth include making police departments alert the public more quickly when someone goes missing. Another suggestion is more resources for cold cases.

    “We have not spoken to police in over a year,” said Emily Torrez, family member of the missing Nicholle Torrez.

    Currently, families say no major bills aimed at helping missing persons have been introduced in the General Assembly this session."

    Kelsie Schelling's family will also be there again this year.
     

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