Missing Longmont Mother is Believed to be Dead
Longmont Police said missing mother Rita Gutierrez-Garcia is likely dead. She has been missing since the night of St. Patrick's Day, when she was seen in the parking lot of 3's Bar in Longmont.
In a press release sent out late last night, Longmont Police say missing mother Rita Gutierrez-Garcia was likely dead. At 10 a.m. this morning police and the Boulder County District Attorney will hold a press conference regarding the case.
Gutierrez-Garcia has been missing since March 18 at 2:30 a.m., the night of St. Patrick's Day, when she was seen in the parking lot of 3's Bar in the 300 block of Coffman Street in Longmont. She was reportedly on the phone and told her friends and family she would catch a ride home with someone else.
Longmont PD also said there was a person of interest in the case, although did not identify the person in the press release.
Authorities are still asking for more information in the case. If you have any more details, please called the Longmont Police Department's tip line in this case at 303-774-3700.
Police are offering a $10,000 reward for information that leads to Rita's discovery or that helps them arrest a suspect.
Anyone with urgent information who might require a follow-up is asked to call the city's Emergency Communications Center at 303-651-8501.