Thursday, Dec. 30, 2010 | 2:05 a.m.
Family and friends of missing Luxor dancer Deborah Flores-Narvaez launched a website Monday with a clear message: “Please help bring Debbie back home.”
More than two weeks into the search, there’s still no sign of 31-year-old Flores-Narvaez. Metro Police said Wednesday they don’t have any updates about the disappearance.
A female body found last week on the Arizona side of the Lake Mead National Recreation Area was determined not to be Flores-Narvaez.
Her roommate filed a missing persons report Dec. 14 when she failed to show up for dance practice and a show.
Flores-Narvaez, a dancer in Luxor’s “Fantasy” show, was last seen Dec. 12 leaving her apartment near Las Vegas Boulevard and Tropicana Avenue. Her car — without its license place — was found in northeast Las Vegas on Dec. 16.
Her sister, Celeste Flores-Narvaez, came from Atlanta shortly after her disappearance to help with search efforts. She stayed through Christmas and remains in Las Vegas for now.
Celeste Flores-Narvaez said she and her sister’s friends will be hitting the pavement again, distributing fliers near where Flores-Narvaez was last seen.
In the meantime, she hopes the new website will continue to spread the word and help fund search efforts, including a reward for anyone with information leading to her sister’s whereabouts.
“Don’t be afraid to call,” Celeste Flores-Narvaez said. “Don’t be afraid to stand up and do the right thing.”
Flores-Narvaez, who has been in Las Vegas two years, worked for the Washington Redskin Cheerleader Ambassadors in 2007 and 2008 and, according to her MySpace biography, earned a law degree and has a bachelor’s degree in international business but decided to pursue her passion for dancing.
Originally from Puerto Rico, Flores-Narvaez moved to the Baltimore area when she was 7 years old.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Metro’s Missing Persons Detail at 828-2907 or Crime Stoppers at 385-5555.
One of the most iconic resorts on The Strip, the Luxor pyramid invites curiosity while the resort’s interior rewards visitors with equal parts excitement, mystery and intrigue.
This 4,405-room resort features a wide variety of entertainment including world-famous dance crew Jabbawockeez (spring 2013), the Cirque du Soleil production CRISS ANGEL Believe, the provocative adult revue, FANTASY, the hilarious comedy of Carrot Top, Menopause The Musical and the exclusive LAX Nightclub.
The property also offers a spa and salon, wedding chapel and inviting pool complex and is connected to Mandalay Bay through The Shoppes at Mandalay Place — a collection of unique boutiques and restaurants.
With a 120,000-square-foot gaming area, delectable restaurants and top-notch nightlife and entertainment, Luxor provides an unparalleled travel destination.