UPDATE 3/6/16 – A body was found near Dowdy Ferry Road in a wooded area by an activist group searching for abandoned dogs on Sunday. Dallas police stated it was in the same area where searches were made for missing Marisol Espinosa.
UPDATE 1/10/15 – A source told WFAA that search warrants were executed Saturday at the home of Faustino Valdez. The police also stated that Marisol’s case has become a homicide investigation.
UPDATE: 1/7/15 – Faustino Valdez, was investigated for assault twice in the last two years, according to WFAA news. Police were called to Valdez’ home last year and the year before. The phone calls stated that Valdez had a weapon and was beating his girlfriend. The family says they have not seen Valdez and he has not helped with any searches for Marisol. A reward for $10,000 for information is being offered by the family.
Original story: Police have found the SUV belonging to a missing Dallas woman and they believe she may be in danger. Marisol Espinosa has been missing since Tuesday, Dec. 29, 2015. She was going to work at North Park Center but never showed up. She was driving her black 2004 Chevy Tahoe and it was found on Friday at the Las Lomas Apartments at 6161 Trail Glen Drive, which is an apartment complex about three miles from where Espinosa and her children were staying reports KTVT Channel 11. The car had been “ransacked” and her purse was inside according to WFAA Channel 8.
The Dallas police released a statement that said, “Detectives have received information during the investigation that leads them to believe Ms. Espinosa may be in danger.”
Marisol is 5’5” tall, and 125 pounds with dark hair and eyes and wears glasses. Volunteer searches are being done and you can go to the Facebook page Missing Person Marisol Espinosa to find out when and where.
“Soooo much outpouring of support for our Marisol…..we will find you gorgeous….we r lookin, we will all see u very soon…..we will b meeting on Pemberton Hill 2morrow morning at 9am by the church where the car was found if anybody n everybody can help find our Marisol.”