Supporters gather in Provo to search for woman missing since April

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PROVO, Utah -- Searchers gathered in Provo Wednesday night and handed out thousands of fliers in an effort to locate a woman who has been missing since mid-April.

Elizabeth Elena Laguna Salgado, 26, was last seen in Provo on April 16. Wednesday, people from all over Utah County handed out 25,000 fliers to keep the search for her alive at Kiwanis Park in Provo.

The woman’s uncle was there and is pleading for police to do more.

“We want at this point for the FBI to be involved because now it’s been about a month and we know that every single second that goes by is very critical,” said Rosenberg Salgado. “We feel that Elizabeth is in a dangerous situation and she is waiting for us to rescue her."

There is a $15,000 reward for information about Elizabeth’s whereabouts. She was last seen leaving the Nomen Global School in Provo last month.

The woman’s family said they don't want to press charges against the person responsible--they just want Elizabeth home.

Anyone with information is asked to call Provo police.

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