NM NM- Eugena Martinez, 28, and Tyrannus White, 41, Gallup, 9 March 2019

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    Navajo Nation Missing Persons Updates

    The first two people Padavich spoke about are believed to be a couple, both of whom were reported missing to Gallup police on March 19.

    Eugena Martinez, born in 1987, was last seen at McDonald’s west at the beginning of February, Padavich said. No word was given on the last known location of Tyrannus White, born in 1977, except that he reportedly picked her up from an unspecified location on March 11, and the two have not been seen since.

    Padavich said Gallup police have been in contact with White’s parents, trying to pull info on White from people who know him, including his friends and associates, and checking previous known whereabouts.

    “We believe they’re no longer in this area,” Padavich said. “We’ve had narcotics agents reach out to people on the street and ask about them. Nobody has seen or heard from them.”

    Neither Martinez nor White’s family have heard from either of them and both families are concerned about the lack of contact, Padavich added.

    As of June 6, both Martinez and White have been entered into the FBI’s National Crime Information Center database. Police have tried to ping the couple’s cell phones, checked their social media accounts, and any other information associated with them, such as social security numbers, birth certificates, and dental records.

    These methods would allow Gallup police to be notified if either Martinez or White’s information is seen by local law enforcement, but to date that has not happened, according to Padavich.

    He added that since they are believed to be a couple, there is a possibility that they would still be together, but Gallup police does not have enough information to confirm it.

    “Them being in a relationship wouldn’t seem odd, but the extended time with no contact [with family] is a reason for suspicion,” Padavich said.

    Whatever their reason may be for not returning, Padavich said that their families have said they just want to make sure Martinez and White are okay.

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