Missing for three years: The search for Zoe Campos continues - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Missing for three years: The search for Zoe Campos continues

(Source: Lubbock Police Department) (Source: Lubbock Police Department)
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Today marks three years since Zoe Campos was last seen. She disappeared on November 17, 2013 at the age of 18, and to this day she has not contacted anyone.

On the evening of November 17, then 18-year-old Zoe was last seen on surveillance video with her sister at Copper Caboose Restaurant near Avenue Q. After dinner, Zoe and her sister went back to her apartment at 3532 50th Street. This was the last time family members saw Zoe.

According to police, at some point that night, Zoe left her apartment. She had plans to pick her mother up from work the next day on November 18th, but Zoe never arrived.

Her mother called police and reported her missing. Investigators were able to determine Zoe’s last outgoing text message was to her mother at approximately 1:30 a.m. on November 18.

Investigators were able to track the text location to the area of Lowery Field. Three days after she went missing, Zoe’s aunt spotted her car being driven by an unknown male. She immediately began to follow the car but lost sight of the vehicle.

A short while later, the car was found abandoned at Driftwood Apartments at 5501 Utica Avenue. It is still unclear who was driving the vehicle.

To this day, investigators are still receiving Crime Line tips about Zoe’s disappearance, however, many of these tips and clues have turned up empty.

There is hope that someone will come forward with clues as to what led to Zoe’s disappearance. If you have any information, please call Detective Adam Freeman at 806-775-2415 or Crime Line at 806-741-1000. Callers can remain anonymous.

Campos' family has created a Facebook page to update the public on her case.  

(Click Here) to view the Missing Zoe Campos page.

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