LUBBOCK,TX- Just weeks away from the one year anniversary of Zoe Campos’ disappearance, her family asks the Lubbock community for help. Zoe’s mother, Melinda Campos, said she does not want the community to forget about her little girl.
When Zoe disappeared, Campos said her phone wouldn’t stop ringing–with people calling with tips on Zoe’s whereabouts. A few weeks ago the calls stopped, and the police tell her they have no new leads.
“They said they hadn’t really got anymore calls,” Campos said. “That it just kind of stopped and it is just kind of a cold trail right now.”
And more recently, Campos said, people have come up to her thinking the 19 year old had been found.
“I really want people to know she hasn’t been found, she is still very much missing,” Campos said.
Zoe was last seen at her family’s home near 50th and Indiana on November 17th, 2013. Her grey Lincoln was found, three days later, being driven by a young man the family did not know.
Campos said she hopes the Lubbock community will help keep Zoe’s name and picture out there. She said she could always use help passing out fliers. Campos said she knows someone, somewhere knows something about Zoe’s disappearance, she just has to convince them to come forward.
Her family held a balloon release last month, celebrating Zoe’s 19th birthday. Campos said they are in the process of raising money to get Zoe’s billboard put back up in November. The reward for information on Zoe is now up to $10,000.
If you would like to volunteer you can contact Melinda Campos on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/milinda.campos?ref=ts&fref=ts