Texas EquuSearch set to begin new search for missing Houston woman

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Texas EquuSearch volunteers are seeking to find the body of Karen Ramirez in southeast Houston

Texas EquuSearch will set out to find the body of a missing 26-year-old woman in Houston today.

Karen Ramirez was last seen in southeast Houston on March 24, and now her 28-year-old boyfriend is accused of shooting her to death, according to court documents.

Miguel Angel Buezo is charged in Ramirez's murder after he was allegedly seen fighting with her at a nightclub the night she disappeared. He is now on the run, possibly fleeing to Honduras, police said.

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A Houston woman has been missing since March 24.

Volunteers will search on foot and ATVs in hopes of finding Ramirez's body. They are meeting later this morning at the Church of Christ of Belfort, on Belfort Street at Northdale to begin their search.

A vehicle registered to Ramirez was found around 1 p.m. a week later in the 8000 block of Tilgham St., officials said.

Police said when they opened the car's driver-side door, they found a large amount of blood on and under the driver's seat.

Houston police called on Texas EquuSearch members Monday afternoon to assist in an active search for Ramirez.

If you have any information concerning Ramirez's disappearance, please contact the Houston Police Department at (713) 308-3600 or call Texas EquuSearch at (281) 309-9500.

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