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Search continues for missing 19-year-old woman

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TEMPE, Ariz. -

We have new information on the search for a missing 19-year-old woman who vanished over the weekend. Detectives learned who she called just moments before she vanished.

Adrienne Salinas was last seen by her roommate early Saturday morning. She left their home and was on her way to see her boyfriend, whom she had gotten into a fight with earlier in the night.

Adrienne's last phone call was to a cab driver, asking to be picked up at a AM/PM at Hardy and University. She had hit a curb and both of her tires were flattened. But she never showed up for her ride.

Police searched Tempe Town Lake Monday night and Tuesday, looking for any sign of Adrienne Salinas. They had no indication she was in the lake, but wanted to check out every possibility. They came up empty. Police also ruled out the boyfriend as a suspect.

Video: FOX 10's Ty Brennan talked to family and friends praying for her to come home safely.

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