Zoe Campos is considered missing and endangered. The FBI is also assisting Lubbock Police in the search.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation has announced they will assist local enforcement authorizes in the search for a missing Lubbock woman.
A FBI spokesmen said on Friday that they would help Lubbock police and state law enforcement officials in their search for 18 year old Zoe Campos, who has been missing since November 18
The accident occurred on Sunday, December 1st at 82nd Street and Indiana Avenue.
Lubbock Fire Rescue Chief Mike Kemp will be awarded the Texas Department of Public Safety’s Director’s Award, and Department of Public Safety Corporal John Gonzalez will be awarded the Medal of Merit for their work on the Lubbock Regional Public Safety Memorial
Lubbock Police are searching for the man suspected of robbing two stores over the weekend.
Lubbock Police now say that Campos is considered missing and endangered.
Gaither is charged with the aggravated robbery of the 7-Eleven at 19th Street and Iola Avenue on November 12th.
Some in the Lubbock area have received phone calls indicating that their debit card has been blocked or closed. The phone call prompts the person to press 1 for more information, and is then asked to provide their debit card information.
Two other convenience stores in the area have been robbed in the last two weeks as well.