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August 12, 2005 - Last Seen Walking Barefoot, Bible in Hand
Monica Carrasco disappeared from her aunt and uncle's Texas home in 2003. She was suffering from anorexia and depression brought on by her father's death. Cops believe she may have taken a ride with a stranger and could be in need of medical attention for her ailments. More...

April 8, 2005 - Missing Texas Teenager Focus of Missing Persons Clearinghouse
The October 2003 disappearance of Monica Cassandra Carrasco, 16, from her uncle’s home in Balmorhea in Reeves County is the focus of the Department of Public Safety Missing Persons Clearinghouse this month. More...

August 20, 2004 - Search For Missing Teen Continues
The Reeves County Sheriff’s Office searched again this week for 17-year-old Monica Carrasco, a Balmorhea teen who disappeared Oct. 2, 2003. Acting off “points of interest” related to him by a psychic, Reeves County Senior Deputy Reno Lewis said he investigated three of four sites Thursday with the help of Diana Whetsel of Carlsbad, N.M., and her two search-and-rescue border collies.

August 4, 2004 - Authorities Continue Search For Missing Balmorhea Teen
New information about new resources being brought this week into the hunt for a Reeves County girl who disappeared more than nine months ago. More...

10.02.03 - Katherine Carrasco of Alpine remembers the last conversation she had with her daughter, Monica, who has been missing since Oct. 2, 2003. At Monica's uncle's place of business, Monica joined hands with her mother and her aunt, and they formed a circle. "I told her I loved her," katherine recalls, "and she said she loved me. Then we prayed." The next day, Monica disappeared. Her room was undisturbed, except for a missing Bible. no sign of missing clothes, shoes or bags. No sign of a forced entry.

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