Dallas police seek person of interest in relation to missing 23-year-old woman

Her family obtained surveillance video of her leaving a bar with Beltran

The Dallas Police Department is looking for Charles Beltran in relation to the disappearance of Marisela Botello, a 23-year-old woman who was last seen on Oct. 5th during a night out in the Deep Ellum area of the city. 

Beltran was last seen driving a Black 2014 Audi A6 with Texas license plate MJG3114 in the early morning hours of Oct. 5th. 

Charles Beltran

Charles Beltran

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Botello was visiting her ex-boyfriend in Dallas when she took a Lyft to the popular entertainment district in the city by herself on the last night of her trip, arriving at a bar shortly after midnight. 

Surveillance video shows her leaving a bar with Beltran at 1:15 AM Oct. 5th, according to her family. 

It's the last time Botello has been seen. When she did not return the next day, the ex-boyfriend reported her disappearance to her family and police. 

The police department has tried to contact Beltran, but he's gone dark, according to the family. 

"They apparently have tried reaching out to him, but he disconnected all social media," Botello's aunt, Dennesly Castillo, told Fox News. "When they ID'd him, he was unreachable and appeared to have moved."

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Marisela Botello was wearing this purple dress the night she went missing. 

Marisela Botello was wearing this purple dress the night she went missing. 

Marisela Botello

Marisela Botello

Her family is now asking anyone that may have information on Botello's disappearance to reach out to authorities. 

"Every day that passes is very difficult," Ernestina Valadez, Botella’s mother, told WFAA. "If someone knows something please tell us or let her go. I beg of you."

Botello's family started a GoFundMe to assist with travel expenses during the search as well as a reward for any information about her whereabouts. 

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The Dallas Police Department's Youth Operations Unit is currently investigating all possible leads into her disappearance. 

Anyone with information should call the Dallas Police Department at 911 or 214-671-4268.