Find Missing Angelica Marie Gandara!

Missing Child, Suspicious Disappearance, Unidentified Male, Unidentified Female, Cold Case

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Find Missing Angelica Marie Gandara!

Find Missing Angelica Marie Gandara!

Find Missing Angelica Marie Gandara!
She was last seen with a couple
With an unidenitfied male and female.
This was 33 years old.
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Details

Find Missing Angelica Marie Gandara! Angelica Marie Gandara has been missing since July 14, 1985. She is missing from Temple, Texas. Angelica Marie Gandara’s case is classified as a non-family abduction. Her year of birth is 1974. At the time of her disappearance, Angelica was 11 years old. Her current age is 44 years old. Angelica Marie Gandara is a Latino female of Hispanic ethnicity. She is described as 4’10” tall and 85 pounds at the time of her disappearance. Her hair is black and her black and her eyes are brown.

Angelica has a mole on her nose. She is of Mexican descent. When Angelica was last seen, she was wearing a black and white short-sleeved pullover shirt with the word “SASSOON” printed across the front. She wore black shorts, white bobby socks and white sneakers.

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Circumstances

The last confirmed sighting of Angelica Marie Gandara was in her hometown of Temple, Texas. It was between 5:00 and 5:30 P>M. on July 14, 1985. She was seen inside a 1977 Chevrolet pickup truck, accompanied by an unidentified Caucasian male and female.

The witness told authorities that the truck’s hood, front fender and bed were painted red and white. The doors were blue and white and the top of the truck was painted white. According to the witness, the vehicle was dirty, dented and in general disrepair.

Angelica was sighted in the truck approximately two blocks from her grandmother’s residence in Temple. She had been walking back to her family’s home at the time she disappeared. She has never been seen again.

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Disappearance

Angelica lived in the 800 block of north 6th Street in Temple at the time of her disappearance. A neighbor reported having seen her the day before her disappearance. She was pushing her niece in a stroller up the street between her grandmother’s house and her own home.

The neighbor stated someone driving a blue car pulled up alongside Angelica and the driver attempted to get her to accept a ride. Angelica kept walking. The car circled the block. It slowed down alongside the child again. It drove away. She never said anything about the incident to her family. She disappeared the next day.

A clerk at a Shamrock convenience store in San Antonio, Texas reported seeing Angelica on several occasions in late July 1985. This was after her disappearance. San Antonio is about 150 miles south of Temple.

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Witness

The clerk said the girl who resembled Angelica would always get dropped off at the store. A man in a car did this. The girl would go inside the store alone. The driver and car waited across the street. The girl was always very quiet and seemed to be tense and in a hurry when she made her purchases.

After learning about Angelica’s disappearance, the clerk tried to delay the girl. She did so the next time she came into the store. She offered her a drink. Then she went to the phone to call police. But at that point the girl’s driver got out of the car, went inside and grabbed the girl. He told the clerk not to say anything. The clerk was unable to describe the man and this account has not been confirmed.

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Person of Interest

In 2007, authorities announced they considered David Elliot Penton a person of interest (POS) in Angelica’s disappearance. He was a POI in the disappearances and murders of several other young girls. They include Amber Crum and Ara Johnson. He is has been incarcerated in an Ohio prison since 1987. He also signed a plea agreement admitting to the murders of three girls in Texas.

The Texas victims disappeared over a period of 18 months in the Dallas area. They ranged in age from 4 to 9 years old. Penton was also convicted of manslaughter in the child abuse death of his own infant son in 1984. He fled while free on bond pending the outcome of his appeal. He remained at large until 1987. And then he was charged with the murder of a friend’s 9-year-old niece in Ohio. He was later convicted of this crime.

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More Developments

Penton’s cellmates went to investigators and claimed he had implicated himself in the disappearances of Ara, Amber and Angelica. He has not been charged in connection with any of these disappearances, however.

Ramiro Rubi Ibarra is another possible suspect in Angelica’s case. In 1997, he was convicted of the 1987 rape and murder of a sixteen-year-old girl from Waco, Texas. Ibarra, an acquaintance of the victim’s family, broke into her home and killed her. He was sentenced to death and is still awaiting execution. Authorities have been unable to link him to Angelica, however.

Angelica lived in the 800 block of north 6th Street at the time of her disappearance. Her disappearance remains unsolved. Foul play is suspected.

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Appeal

Angelica Marie Gandara has been missing for over 33 years. If Amber Alerts had been in place in all fifty States the United States when she vanished, she would have qualified. She was last seen with a couple, there was a vehicle description, and her life was no doubt in grave danger. Her living family members, friends, and community need answers and Angelica deserves justice. Someone (s) knows something! Do you have any information concerning the whereabouts of Angelica Marie Gandara? Do you have any information concerning the person (s) responsible for her disappearance?

Agency Name: Temple Police Department
Agency Contact Person: Corporal M. Bolton
Agency Phone Number: (254) 298-5500
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children: 1-800-843-5678.
Agency Case Number: 08503877
NCIC Case Number: M-161788462
NamUs Case Number: 6096
NCMEC: 601422

Angelica Marie Gandara has a National Center for Missing and Exploited Children poster. The above image is courtesy of this database. Click here to view it.
Angelica Marie Gandara has a NamUs profile. Click here to view it.
Angela Marie Gandara has a Doe Network profile. Click here to view it.
This is a highly detailed article about the possible suspect in Angelica Marie Gandara’s disappearance. But you must read and scroll near the bottom to find Angelica Marie Gandara’s disappearance. Click here and learn more.
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The above information is found on Angelica Marie Gandara’s Charley Project Page.I have adapted and remixed it. It is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial 4.0 International License.

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