Family of Missing Vegas Showgirl Using Private Investigators

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Jan. 3 2011, Updated 1:25 p.m. ET

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The family of missing Las Vegas showgirl Deborah Flores-Narvaez says they are using the services of private investigators to help in the search for the  31-year-old missing dancer.

Private Investigator David Howard and his firm Unity One are donating their services in the search for Flores-Narvaez, who disappeared December 12th.

The group has 26 agents fanning out across Las Vegas and they say they are receiving an average of 40 tips a day. Most of those tips though are for sightings that turn out to be women who look like the missing dancer.

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Working with police, the investigators say they’ve conducted more than 300 searches, including in storage facilities, abandoned buildings, parking garages, even drainage ditches.

Flores-Narvaez was a dancer at Luxor’s “Fantasy” show. Police were called after she failed to report to rehearsals. The last person to see her was her on-again/off-again boyfriend and fellow dancer, Jason”Blu” Griffith but he is not considered a suspect in the case.

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