SAN ANTONIO, Texas – After being reported missing in March in San Antonio, a Texas woman has been located. The Bexar County Sheriff’s Office reports that on April 2 at 1:12 p.m. in Austin, Lynnette Martinez, 30, was discovered alive and unharmed. After attending a UFC event, Martinez was last seen on March 23 in the 11000 block of Luckey Ledge St. in West Bexar County.
She was last spotted carrying a black cowboy hat and wearing a red dress and white/black boots. According to KSAT, Rosie Galvan, Lynnette’s mother, also posted on social media that Lynnette had been located in the Austin region and that “authorities are currently with her.”
For those of you who know me, you are aware that Lynnette Martinez has been my best friend for a very long time, therefore writing this piece has been quite difficult for me. On March 24, Lynnette traveled from El Paso to San Antonio for a visit. She might have arrived in South Africa earlier, but that was the day she brought all of her belongings to my house.
She left early on Saturday (see photo from my ring camera below) and hasn’t been seen in person since. She gave me a call at three in the morning on Sunday from Austin Highway in San Antonio and said she would return that day to pick up her belongings before returning to El Paso. She failed to appear. She was carrying two phones, both of which were off.
Because it was out of character for her to just leave her belongings and not pick up the phone when I called, I filed a missing persons report at 11 p.m. on Sunday. I received a call from a man who claimed to have her phone yesterday about 1:00 p.m. He claimed to have met her on Saturday in Austin, Texas, close to Cameron St., where he also stole her phone.
Her last known location was here. The police already know everything else, but I need my buddies in San Antonio and Texas to help me find her. She only wants to see her kids and be with her family, as far as I can tell. She weighs 109 pounds and is 5″2 with purple and black hair. uses the names Lynnette or She Hulk. Friends in San Antonio, please forward this article. Please message me or call Austin PD or San Antonio PD at 210-335-6070 if you have any information.