Lindsay Rodriguez missing from Austin; garage left open for days FOUND


Lindsey Rodriguez
Lindsey Rodriguez

Missing Person Texas Lindsay Rodriguez

Lindsay Rodriguez’s car was found at a part and ride near where she lives.

Lindsay Rodriguez, 30, is missing from Austin, Texas.  She was last seen at her home in the 6200 block of McNeil Drive at the McNeil Ranch Apartments on February 24, 2018.  Neighbors called the police in March after they noticed the garage door of Lindsay’s home had been left open for days.  The police found the doors to her apartment were open also.

Her family stated that her cell phone is off or out of battery.  She left her medication at home and valuables.  Lindsay’s is divorced and her two sons, 4 and 9, are with their dad.

Lindsay may be driving a 2008 silver Ford Mustang with plates TNC-326.

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Lindsay Rodriguez (likeness of car)

She is 5’9″ tall, 125 pounds with brown hair and green eyes.  She now has shorter hair that is darker.

Lindsay Rodriguez
Lindsay Rodriguez

Anyone with information on her location is asked to call 911 or Region 2 detectives at 512-974-5547.

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Jerrie Dean, who is retired from Federal Law Enforcement, is the Founder of Missing Persons of America and Missing Texas Forty.

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