Noelle Lenz, former Suicide Girl tattoo model missing in California FOUND

UPDATE:  11/4/15 – Noelle was found in her wrecked car deceased near Glenhaven.  It appears it was a one-car accident as the jeep was found against a tree, and appeared it had rolled over several times before coming to a stop.

Original story:  Police are searching for a woman who was a former Suicide Girl tattoo model missing that is missing from California.

Noelle Lenz, 26, has been missing from Glenhaven since Oct. 28, 2015.  She was last seen in her white 2001 Jeep Cherokee that also has not been located.  Noelle was to meet a man who is thought to be from Willits to pick up a camera. 

In her home was found her phone on the floor and her laptop and dog. 

Lenz is also known as Noelle Shofner or Carrina Vargas and Carrina Suicide as a tattoo model.  Noelle is a former Suicide Girl in the Bay Area. She had an appointment set to take a test to become a social worker on Saturday in Lower Lake, no word if she made it for the test or not.

Noelle has lots of tattoos on her arms and neck and a small umbrella tattoo under her left eye.  She may be driving her car or it may be parked.  The plates are 5YFT845.

Her last post was October 7 on here and her last post as Carrina Vargas was Oct. 26. 
If you have any information about her disappearance, please call the Lake County Sheriff’s Office at 707-263-2690.

Below is a music video released in 2015.

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