Mother Discovered Dead in Desert After Leaving Baskin Robbins in Man’s Car

A woman was found dead in a desert in El Paso, Texas, two weeks after she was last seen at a Baskin Robbins.

Michelle Morales-Nakaza, who is 32 years old, had not been seen since March 27 evening. The El Paso Police Department said it was possible that a man in a white Toyota Camry picked her up from the ice cream shop.

On April 9, a message was sent out about a missing person. According to the El Paso Times, the police found her body the next day.

Officers said Morales-body Nakaza’s was found in El Paso County’s Red Sands area. Her death is being looked at as murder, but the police haven’t said what killed her.

Visit El Paso says that Red Sands is 21 square miles big and has sand dunes and small hills.

In a Facebook post, Nakaza’s mother said that she had three children.

“I’m finding it very hard to deal with this situation. Roni Espino wrote in a post before her daughter’s body was found that “it’s every parent’s worst nightmare.”

If you know anything about how Morales-Nakaza died, call the police at 915-832-4400.

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