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Paradise

Nancy Shoupp was last seen on Saturday, April 28, 1990, when she left a co-worker's home in Boulder, Colorado.

At the time she vanished she was in the process of a divorce; she had separated from her husband approximately five weeks prior to April 28. There were reportedly domestic violence issues in their relationship.

Nancy Shoupp was last seen on Saturday, April 28, 1990, when she left a co-worker's home in Boulder, Colorado.
Paradise, Jun 11, 2017
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