Bensonhurst mom turns to podcast in three-year search for missing daughter

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The last three years have been painful for a Bensonhurst family desperately searching a missing loved one.

Chelsea Cobo went missing in 2016 at age 22 and is still missing three years later.

Rose Cobo, who raised her niece as her daughter, has never given up on trying to find Chelsea.

“I know that Chelsea knows we are a relentless family and we love her unconditionally and we will never stop until we find her,” says Rose.

She was last seen May 6 near the Sunset Park Library on 51st Street and 4th Avenue. 

Rose says she has tried everything from offering a cash reward to private investigators and her own research.

Now, she has a new tool. She's partnered with the Find to Create podcast.

“I’m hoping the podcast could soften someone's heart and soul and shed some light on where she is,” says Rose.

In middle of the search for her daughter, Rose has also been raising Chelsea’s son who was 10 months old at the time she went missing. 

“We knew that there's something radically wrong if Chelsea did not show up for her own Mother’s Day,” says Rose.

Despite the time gone by, she's hopeful that the truth will come to light. 

“We will never quit,” says Rose.

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