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Cynthia Bah-Traore Last Seen At A Texas Gas Station In February 2021
For nearly three weeks, Cynthia Bah-Traore has been missing under mysterious circumstances. The Crowley, Texas resident’s family reported her missing earlier this month and an investigation uncovered that she was last seen on a gas station’s surveillance footage on February 3 at approximately 10:35 p.m. The station is located at Criner Street and Interstate 3W in Grandview, Texas, about 26 miles south of Crowley. No one has been able to get into contact with or locate the 39-year-old since that time, but she was seen behind the wheel of her vehicle on video.
There hasn’t been much information shared about Cynthia Bah-Traore’s missing person case aside from the pertinent details regarding where she was last seen and what she was wearing. Her vehicle is described as a metallic blue Mazda CX-5 with Texas license plate NMJ3883. Investigators have not shared if there has been any information procured from her cell phone records or obtained about her personal or employment relationships. It’s also unclear why she was visiting Grandview at that time and if foul play is suspected. As of now, it’s only been shared that she’s a missing woman from Texas last seen driving her car.
At the time of her disappearance, Cynthia Bah-Traore was described as being 5 feet 6 inches tall and 160 pounds. She has black/dark brown hair and brown eyes. She reportedly has no visible tattoos or scars. Cynthia was last seen wearing a long-sleeve blue shirt, black pants, gray and white shoes, and she was carrying a red purse with plaid markings. Her middle name is Martyna.
Anyone with information regarding this case is urged to contact the Crowley Police and should ask for Detective Robles at 817-297-2276 ex 6302. Cynthia’s report number is 2100002045.
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