ROSWELL, N.M. (KRQE) - Family and friends of a 35-year-old Roswell woman are reaching out to the public to try and find her. Christina Castillo, also known as Micki, is considered in danger because of medical conditions.
She was last seen in a Roswell neighborhood on Mesa Avenue on February 1.
She and her husband were separated, and he told KRQE News 13 she told him she would be back later in the day to see their children. That was the last time her family has seen her.
Her husband said she did not have a car, and was last seen getting a ride with a friend in a black Scion.
Castillo has two children, 11 and 8-years-old. "They're sad, they cry, you know they ask their dad where their mom is at, and he has no answers for them, nobody has any answers," said Castillo's friend, Kandace Loya.
"They just want their mom back, they just want to know she's okay." If anyone has any information on Castillo's whereabouts, they're asked to call Roswell Police.
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