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May 2, 2021 55 min
On October 8, 2019, Rosemary Rodriguez's family received a phone call from a concerned co-worker. Rosemary worked at a local Walmart and hadn’t shown up to work and missed her last two shifts. The family immediately became alarmed. Rosemary was a reliable person who would never just blow miss work. For this story I spoke to Rosemary’s lifelong friend Melinda Miller.

According to Melinda, Rosemary, her mother and Rosemary’s boyfriend had dinner at a local restaurant. After taking her mother home, Rosemary and her boyfriend left. Rosemary hasn’t been seen again. The family immediately suspected her boyfriend had all the answers since he was the last person to see her.

Unfortunately, he hasn’t cooperated with law enforcement or the family about Rosemary’s whereabouts. If you know anything about her disappearance, please contact Crimestoppers at
(903) 236-7867 or reach out to Investigator Jennifer Nieves or Lt Joshua Tubb of the Gregg County Sheriff’s department at (903) 758-6181. You can also visit the Finding Rosemary Rodriguez FB page for additional information about this case.

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