Several organisations are now searching for Christy Perry, a 25-year-old Houston woman who went missing in Big Bend National Park.
Perry’s family stated that she did not come home following her trip to the National Park Service.
A close family member verified to ABC13 that Perry did not reveal her itinerary but did appear to be on a scheduled vacation.
According to the National Park Service, Perry picked up a rental car in Midland, Texas, and drove to Big Bend National Park on November 9.
According to the park staff, she did not show up for her camping reservation at the Chisos Basin Campground that night.
Perry’s car was eventually discovered near the Lost Mine Trail’s trailhead.
According to the park administration, this path rises steeply through the Chisos Mountains’ woods.
Park Rangers and US Border Patrol agents searched the path on Wednesday.
Several planes are looking from above right now.
The Texas Game Wardens, the Los Diablos fire department, and other organisations are aiding in the hunt.
Until further notice, the path is closed.
According to the NPS, Perry is 5 feet 2 inches tall, weighs 100 pounds, and has brown hair and a light complexion.