Mother of missing BK woman to speak out at vigil

BROOKLYN - Family members and friends are expected to gather Saturday at a vigil in honor of Laura Garza, a Brooklyn woman who has been missing for one month since she was last seen leaving the Marquee nightclub in Manhattan.

Garza?s mother, who has yet to talk publicly about her daughter?s disappearance, is expected to speak out for the first time Saturday at the vigil outside the nightclub. Garza?s brothers came to New York from Texas to join police in their search of Orange and Rockland counties.

The search has yet to uncover Garza. Michael Mele, the man Garza was last seen leaving the nightclub with, was arrested and is being held in jail on unrelated charges.

According to a source, a reward is being offered for any information that leads to an arrest.

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