Marchers in Provo hope to keep search for Elizabeth Salgado going strong

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PROVO, Utah -- Volunteers and family members of missing Provo woman Elizabeth Elena Laguna Salgado gathered for a march down Center Street in Provo Saturday morning.

Supporters at a march for missing woman Elizabeth Elena Laguna Salgado on May 23.

Supporters at a march for missing woman Elizabeth Elena Laguna Salgado on May 23.

With signs and posters, people stood along the side of the road near the Nomen Global Language Center, 384 West Center Street, which is the last place Elizabeth was seen on April 16.

People also handed out flyers with the woman’s picture and information. It has been more than a month since Salgado's disappearance, and family members said they are trying to keep Elizabeth’s story fresh in people's minds as they hope for a break in the case.

“I want to express all the gratitude [for what] the community is doing for us, for all the time, all the effort that they are doing so we can bring Elizabeth home,” said Rosenberg Salgado, the missing woman's uncle.

Elizabeth Elena Laguna Salgado is 5-feet 4-inches tall and has long black hair and brown eyes. She was last seen on April 16 leaving the Nomen Global Language Center in Provo. She was wearing a denim jacket, blue jeans, and black or brown knee-high boots.

Click here for FOX 13 News' ongoing coverage of the search.


  • bob

    I thought “Nobody cares unless it’s a rich blond girl”? Haven’t we been told that a million times?

    • Mary

      And yet, this entire city is doing what we can to find her. Why would we care whether or not she’s rich cute ugly or whatever?

  • Elida

    I hope we can keep looking for Elizabeth Laguna It’s such a hart breaking seeing the pain in her family, please help them

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