Greeley mom continues to search for daughter missing in Nepal

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GREELEY, Colo. —   A Greeley mother is making a plea for help in finding her daughter who has been missing for two years.

Aubrey Sacco, a University of Colorado graduate, was last seen April 22, 2010 at the Langtang Trek in Nepal.

Her family has continued to travel to Nepal and believe authorities are not doing enough to help find the missing woman.

“They have assured me they have done much in the search…and will open new chains of communication with the U.S. embassy,” Aubrey’s mother Connie Sacco said in a recent press conference. “We have been promised this before and after we leave nothing happens.”

Sacco also says she will take her case to the international press and alert the world about the dangers of traveling to Nepal if her daughter is not found soon.

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