Gilbert woman missing for 5 years, family holds out hopePosted: Updated:
GILBERT -- Police in Gilbert are reminding the public that they still need help finding a woman who has been missing for five years.
Stacy Ann Aragon, who would be 33 now, was last seen at a family member's home in the area of Gilbert and Elliot roads in Gilbert between 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. on Tuesday, July 20, 2005.
One of her vehicles, a green 1990's model pickup with faded green paint, is missing. A second vehicle, a burgundy Subaru, was discovered some time later abandoned in the remote desert area west of Lake Pleasant. Police did not say when that vehicle was found.
Police said Aragon has a medical condition, although they did not provide details.
Aragon is a white female, just under 5 feet tall, and weighs 160 pounds. She light brown curly hair and blue eyes.
According to police, Aragon has several tattoos, including a black panther on her upper right thigh, a rose with the word "Mom" on her upper arm, the names "Richard Jr.," "Anthony" and "Nathan" on her left calf and the name "Kevin Finegan" on her right hand.
Police said Aragon wears a silver heart-shaped locket engraved with the word "I love you" on the outside. Inside the locket is a bit of hair from Aragon's dead son.
Police are calling Aragon a "missing endangered adult." No further information about her disappearance was available.
If you have any information about where Aragon might be, please call the Gilbert Police Department at 480-503-6500.