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Alex Nicole Beltran missing from Montana FOUND

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Missing Person Montana Alex Nicole Beltran

August 1, 2018 – The Flathead County Sheriff says Alex’s body was found in a vehicle that was found in water.   A resident called police when he thought he saw a vehicle in his pond.  Diver’s went in and found Alex’s car and pulled it out.  Alex was inside and has been identified.  Sheriff Curry stated that the vehicle went down the driveway and across the lawn into the pond

Original Story

Alex Nicole Beltran, 23, has been missing from Kalispell, Montana since July 16, 2018.  She was last seen leaving a friend’s house.

Leslie, Alex’s mom posted:  “I need my Daughter back in my arms! Please world, Alex is still missing, she needs a bit of help getting back to her loved ones! Please support TEAM ALEX! Keep sharing, keep praying, keep Loving! All donations are a blessing, thank you!!”

 

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The Flathead County Sheriff’s Office says they have no leads to her whereabouts.

Alex Nicole Beltran may be driving a green Toyota Rav4 with the license plate 785019A. She is described as 5’9″ and 130 lbs with hazel eyes If you have any information, you are asked to call the Flathead Crimestoppers at (406)752-TIPS or (406)309-4064.

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Jerrie Dean, who is retired from Federal Law Enforcement, is the Founder of Missing Persons of America and Missing Texas Forty.

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