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Tara Calico, last seen riding a neon pink Huffy bicycle, has been #missing from #Belen #NewMexico since 1988!

Tara Calico left her house on Brugg Street in Belen, New Mexico to go on a bike ride on the morning of September 20, 1988. She took her mother's bike because hers had a flat tire. She was last seen riding the neon pink Huffy mountain bicycle with yellow control cables and sidewalls on Highway 47 in Valencia County, at approximately 11:45 a.m. This location is approximately two miles from her home. She has never been seen again. Calico biked the route daily during her routine 36-mile ride. The bike was never located.

Tara Calico, last seen riding a neon pink Huffy bicycle, has been #missing from #Belen #NewMexico since 1988!
Imamazed, May 19, 2015