New billboard aim to solve the disappearance of Elsha Rivera

Family hopes billboard will bring needed answers on the disappearance of the young mother.
Photo courtesy of LostNMissing, Inc.
Photo courtesy of LostNMissing, Inc.
FORT WORTH, Texas - March 22, 2016 - PRLog -- Community residents will notice a roadside billboard for unsolved missing Elsha Rivera, who at 25 disappeared on February 1, 2004 in Fort Worth, Texas. She was last seen on the 1300 block of E. Myrtle Street. The young mother has not been seen nor heard from since.

Rivera's family obtained the help of LostNMissing Inc., a nonprofit organization based out of New England, to help bring awareness to the plight of their missing daughter. Elizabeth Rivera, mother of Elsha, says, "Our grief is continuous and beyond words. We know that Elsha would not go missing willingly and we hope this billboard will bring tips to the Fort Worth Police to help find her or to learn what happened. Her children deserve to know, as well." She further added, "Living with the pain of not knowing is unbearable."

According to Cynthia Caron, Nonprofit Founder of LostNMissing, Inc., "One of the key purposes of the billboard is to have Rivera's photo displayed with the hopes that someone may make recognition and tell of what may have happened to her." She further added, "Not much is known regarding her disappearance and any information given to law enforcement, no matter how insignificant, may aid in solving her case. Tipsters can request to remain anonymous if they wish."

The billboard is located ½ mile west of Highway 35 on Berry Street. It will run from March 21, 2016 through the latter part of April.

Officials and family ask that should anyone have information on the disappearance of Elsha Rivera, please contact the Fort Worth Police at 817-392-4429 or the Texas Department of Public Safety, Missing Persons Clearinghouse (512)424-5074. Please reference case number M0407004. To learn more, see


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