Lost & Found: The missing person cases of Laura Stacy and Maricela Garcia

The mystery of one woman missing from Southern California’s San Fernando Valley is solved, but the family of another is still searching or answers and hoping for their miracle.

Laura Lynne Stacy, who was reported missing by her Hollywood Hills roommate Sunday, was found wandering near a desert freeway Wednesday. Los Angeles police detectives who traveled 60 miles away from their precinct to join the search discovered the 20-year-old Colorado native. Investigators weren’t ready to explain what had happened to Stacy since they were waiting for her to be treated at a hospital before questioning her.

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Maricela Garcia, who disappeared while shopping with her sister at a Reseda, California, Goodwill store, is still missing after two weeks. Her family has made a desperate plea to Los Angeles police to step up their investigation of her case and change their determination that it was a “voluntary missing” case.

Nancy Grace discusses both cases with Alan Duke on her podcast “Crime Stories with Nancy Grace.” Duke visited the shopping center where Garcia was last seen and shared his observations with Grace.

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