NJ mom goes to get medicine for baby, vanishes without a trace

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ELIZABETH, N.J. (PIX11) —  She left her house to buy medicine for her sick toddler and never returned.

Now, her worried and beyond upset husband is making a plea to the public for help to find his missing wife.

33-year-old Karla Villagra-Garzon has not been seen since 10:30 p.m. on February 24.

She reportedly went to a Walgreens at 600 Newark Avenue to buy medicine for her two-year-old daughter who had the flu, just blocks away from her home on East Jersey Street.

Villagra-Garzon never made it to the store, according to surveillance video there.

NJ mom goes to get medicine for baby, vanishes without a trace

Villarga-Garzon never made it to the Walgreens that was just blocks away from her home, according to surveillance video.

She is believed to have been wearing a brown jacket, blue jeans and black rain boots.

The missing mother  five feet tall and weighs 120 lbs. She has long black hair and brown eyes.

Her husband reported her missing the following morning to police and has been cooperating in the investigation.

Anyone having knowledge of her whereabouts or information pertaining to the disappearance of Villarga-Garzon is asked to call detective Louchan Holmes at 908-558-2032 or the Elizabeth Police Department at 908-558-2111.



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