Garza appeals to Green Up participants

MIDDLEBURY — Natalie Garza, the mother of missing Middlebury College freshman Nicholas Garza, has asked participants in Green Up Day to keep their eyes peeled for clothing or items belonging to the 19-year-old as they’re combing Addison County roads for trash on Saturday, May 3.
Nicholas Garza was wearing jeans, a long-sleeved red, button-down shirt and white, size-12 tennis shoes on Feb. 5, the night he went missing. His cell phone, wallet and dorm access card have not been found.
Anyone who finds items matching this profile is asked to contact the Middlebury Police Department at 388-3191.

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