SAN ANTONIO — Inside his northwest-side home, Eddie Gonzales' thoughts are racing. 

"There's a lot of things that are going through my mind... good and bad," he said as he held on to a photo of his daughter. Like his friends and the rest of his family, Eddie is wondering where on earth can his daughter be. 

"She was supposed to go to work and I found out she didn't go to work, and that what started triggering me," he said. 

Meagan Elizabeth Gonzales was last seen on November 11. Since then, Eddie said it appears her phone is off and her bank account has gone untouched.

"This is the longest me and my daughter have been away from each other, not talking," he said at his dining room table Sunday morning.

A missing person report was filed with San Antonio Police, describing Meagan as a 5'2" 20-year-old, weighing 110 lbs. Meagan's truck is also missing, a navy blue Ford F-150.

Meagan's dad is holding on to hope his daughter will come home safely, but he said he needs your help in doing so.

"Please don't hold nothing inside you, it's not good," he said. "If you know something, please let us know right away," he pleaded as he vowed  to continue searching for his little girl no matter what.

"Meagan, if you're watching, I want to tell you I love you and I miss you very much," he said.

"My family and your friends are in great pain right now. We're hoping to get you back safe and sound and I won't give up on looking for you, I promise you that." 

If have any information regarding this case, you can contact the San Antonio Police Department at (210) 207-7660. 


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