Family of San Antonio woman missing for eight years hoping billboard will reignite investigation

Bianca Carrasco was last seen leaving her northeast-side home on May 1, 2016, after having an argument with her husband, she was never seen again.

SAN ANTONIO — A billboard is giving the family of a missing woman renewed hope and motivation.  

This May marks eight years since Bianca Carrasco disappeared, after her family says she had an argument with her husband.

For the next month, drivers on I-10 near Wurzbach might notice a new billboard featuring her missing person’s case.

Even though eight years have passed, her family isn’t giving up hope of finding her.

“It’s just motivating to keep going, and it gives some hope that it’s one more thing we can do to help find her,” said Jovanna Burney, Bianca’s Sister.

The billboard was paid for by the nonprofit Season of Justice, which was founded in 2020 with the sole purpose of financially supporting cold case investigations, through DNA testing or with awareness campaigns.

“Like billboards, TV ads, print ads, whatever makes sense for the area, to get for families to get, more attention on their loved ones unsolved case,” said Kendall Mills, Program Coordinator, Season of Justice.

Bianca’s case was selected after her family submitted an application and met their criteria.

“It’s an unsolved case. It’s at least two years old to give the investigators time to, you know exhaust all of their existing leads,  and it’s you know a suspicious missing person’s case,” said Mills.

The nonprofit says their main goal is to reach someone with information to reignite the investigation.

“Not just the community is aware, but also to bring it more attention to the police department. Honestly, her husband too. So just let it be known that, we’re not giving up, and we’re going to continue searching for Bianca,” said Burney.

Jovanna says she believes there are people that know what happened to Bianca, and she hopes this billboard will motivate them to come forward.

“It’s very clear. Look at the billboard and see she’s loved. She’s missed and she’s going to continue to be advocated for and fought for, and that it’s time to speak up,” said Burney.

If you have any information about Bianca’s case you can call San Antonio Crime Stoppers at 210-224-STOP. They are offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to an arrest.

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