Vegas Police Talk Of Search For Missing Performer
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — There are more questions than answers in the search for a Baltimore woman who has been missing from her burlesque stage job in Las Vegas.
Vic Carter reports police say she may be pregnant and she disappeared Dec. 12 after visiting her former boyfriend, who faces a domestic violence charge involving the missing woman.
Deborah Flores-Narvaez, 31, is a dancer in the Vegas show Fantasy at the Luxor Hotel. She is also a former Redskins cheerleader and worked some finance jobs in Baltimore, including at Legg Mason.
Now she’s missing.
“I think that there is foul play somewhere. My sister wasn’t the type of person to just leave and be gone this long,” said her sister, Celeste Flores-Narvaez.
Celeste is among those in Vegas looking for her.
Police say her former boyfriend, Jason Omar Griffith, was the last person to see her. He is cooperating with the investigation.
“We have spoken with her ex-boyfriend and he stated they did have a short conversation,” said Lt. Rob Lundquist, Las Vegas Metro Police. “She then left in her vehicle and when she left everything was fine and she seemed to be fine.”
But her relatives are not so sure. They suspect foul play, saying it was unlike Deborah to disappear. There was also an ominous text message to her mother, saying, “In case there is ever an emergency with me, contact Blu Griffith in Vegas.”
“Somebody knows something. Somebody saw something. Just…you don’t have to say your name, you don’t have to give them a card. Just give police a call,” said Celeste Flores-Narvaez.
The domestic violence case against Griffith was scheduled for Tuesday, but was rescheduled. Grittith did not appear in court.
Deborah Flores-Navarez graduated from Old Mill High School in Anne Arundel County.