HARLINGEN — Time is of the essence.
And as each day passes, the family of missing Nahomi Rodriguez does everything they can to not lose hope.
Police are not stopping their search. They continue to do all they can to locate the 19-year-old lifelong San Benito resident who was last seen on July 17 at 1:30 a.m.
“Our family appreciates the extra effort,” Enedina Sanchez, Nahomi’s aunt, stated in a text message to the Valley Morning Star. “Again, time is not our friend. We need all the help from the citizens of the RGV. Please help us find our baby girl.”
The most recent police efforts have been to release on social media a 14-second video showing Nahomi serving at the drive through the person police believe she later left the McDonald’s with.
The video shows Rodriguez at the drive-through window of the fast food restaurant filling a cup with soda.
She leans over and looks out the window and it appears she knows the driver because moments later they share a fist bump.
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