Body Of UT Woman Elizabeth Salgado Found 3 Years After Going Missing From Provo Nomen Global

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The body of Elizabeth Salgado, the Utah woman who disappeared three years ago after last being seen leaving a Provo language center, has been found in Hobble Creek Canyon.

Provo Police said the body of Salgado was located but further details on a cause of death were not made available.

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Salgado disappeared in April 2015. She was last seen leaving a class at the Nomen Global Language Center, located at 384 W Center St, Provo, UT. Salgado, originally of Chiapas, Mexico, had been living in Provo for three weeks before she disappeared somewhere along the 18-block walk to her apartment from the language center. source

Salgado was a student who worked as a waitress and was an active member of her church. She had recently completed a church mission, just a few months prior to her disappearance. Elizabeth is approximately 5’5” tall, 120 lbs, long black hair, and brown eyes.

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