31 year old Debora “Debbie” Flores Narvaez, a cast member of Luxor’s “Fantasy” show, has been missing ever since she left her Las Vegas home at approximately 7 pm on December 12, 2010. Police continue to search for the missing dancer who was last seen leaving her home a week ago. Investigators found the missing woman’s car, a maroon 1997 four-door Chevrolet Prism, parked in the city’s northeast section on Thursday. According to reports, the car’s Maryland license plates had been removed.
Deborah “Debbie” Flores-Narvaez is described as 5-feet-5-inches tall and weighing 120 pounds, brown hair and brown eyes
Flores Narvaez, who was born in Puerto Rico and lived with her family in Baltimore, Md., relocated to Las Vegas two years ago to pursue a dancing career. An accomplished performer, Flores Narvaez worked as an “ambassador” for the Washington Redskins Cheerleaders in 2007 and 2008, according to her MySpace page, and auditioned for the hit series, “So You Think You Can Dance.” Her profile also says that she holds advanced degrees in law and business.
“She is so kindhearted,” Asia Bosley, a family friend, said in an interview Sunday. “She would give the shirt off her back for anybody.”
Deborah “Debbie” Flores-Narvaez MySpace.(warning: some think the page is racy … ah folks, she’s a Vegas dancer)
Debbie” Flores-Narvaez was last seen leaving her home to visit her ex-boyfriend, Jason “Blu” Griffith. This is never a good sign. Narvaez was reported missing two days later by one of her roommates after she failed to show up for rehearsal.
Deon Ridley, a friend who’s performing in Reno, NV, says he’s worried because this is very out of character for Flores-Narvaez.
“Her not showing up to her job and her show, which I know means a lot to her, is just unusual,” said Deon Ridley. “It’s not like her at all.”
Ridley says he has danced with Flores-Narvaez for nearly three years and describes her as being well-known for her promptness. Although he hopes she’s not in any serious danger, Ridley acknowledges that her profession can be a magnet for trouble.
“Being in the industry that she’s in, being in a burlesque show, it’s very risqué for any female in Las Vegas. Her safety is very important,” added Ridley.
Ridley says the Puerto Rican native has expressed concerns over obsessed fans in the past. He says Flores-Narvaez has also had her share of relationship problems.