Ricardo and Martha Beltran: Missing from El Paso Found

UPDATE 2/19/13 – El Paso Police officials posted on Twitter around 10 p.m. Monday (2/18) that Ricardo and Martha Beltran were found in Sierra Blanca and that “they appear OK.”

Ricardo and Martha Irma Beltran, both 75, were last seen on Saturday at their lower valley home on Foster in El Paso, Texas.

They went for a drive in the 2005 white Hyundai Tucson and they have not been heard from since.

Ricardo Beltran is Hispanic male, 5′ 8″ and 225-pounds.  Salt-and-pepper hair, a white mustache, and brown eyes.  He is believed to be wearing a light blue zip-up sweater, brown pants and tennis shoes.
Martha Irma Beltran is Hispanic female, 5’3″, 180-pounds, blond hair and hazel eyes.  She is believed to be wearing a cream-colored sweater, blue jeans, and brown shoes.

Their white Hyundai Tucson has Texas license plates DBF247.

The couple’s family said they like to visit the desert areas off of Montana Vista and Red Sands, as well as the surrounding areas of Clint and San Elizario.

Anyone with any information on their whereabouts is asked to call Police Communications immediately at (915) 832-4400.

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