Bianca Carrasco

Age: 29
Ethnicity: Hispanic
Gender: F
Type of Crime: Suspicious Missing Persons
Date of Incident: May 1, 2016
Summary of Case:

San Antonio, TX: On the evening of May 1, 2016, Bianca Carrasco reportedly walked out of her San Antonio home after an argument with her husband and was never heard from again. Bianca’s sister, Jovanna, became concerned the next day when her calls went straight to voicemail. They had been in regular contact leading up to Bianca’s disappearance, making it odd that Jovanna hadn’t heard from her. After unsuccessful attempts to reach Bianca and learning she hadn’t shown up for work, which was unusual for the dedicated nurse, Jovanna contacted the police.

Bianca’s missing persons report indicated that her husband had discovered an alleged affair, leading him to withdraw all the money from their bank accounts and take Bianca’s phone.

Investigating officers found a lead suggesting Bianca may have been with a male friend on May 1. They visited the friend’s home, where his mother confirmed a woman had been there but was picked up by her husband around 4:00 p.m., the day Bianca reportedly walked away from home.

Police have looked into both Bianca’s husband and one of the men she was seeing, but no suspects have been named. Foul play hasn’t been ruled out, but few clues have emerged. Bianca’s loved ones don’t believe she would willingly leave her life, describing her as a devoted parent. Her disappearance remains unsolved.

Bianca’s family misses her dearly and desperately seeks answers. She was last seen near her home on the 16000 block of Walnut Creek Drive in San Antonio, TX, wearing colorful pastel leggings and a blue jean jacket.

If you have any information about Bianca’s whereabouts or the person(s) responsible for her disappearance, please contact the San Antonio Police Dept. Missing Persons Unit at 210-207-7660 or submit an anonymous tip to San Antonio Crime Stoppers using the Submit A Tip button below.

Anonymous tips can also be submitted through the P3 Tips Mobile App, available on Android or iPhone. 

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