Family searching for Martina Anderson last seen in California


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martina anderson

Missing Person Missouri Martina Anderson

Martina Anderson, 38, was living with her parents in Independence, Missouri, when she went missing.  In 2016, Martina’s mother came home to find that Martina was gone.  She had taken her belongings with her.  Before her disappearance the family said that Tina was acting differently and out of character.

Her sister, Lashanda stated, “She was believed to be talking to herself in third person and acting as if everyone was after her . She lost a tremendous amount of weight because she refuse to eat any food and said that everything had poison it.”

Tina seemed to know she was sick and it was getting harder for her to control.  Her family was in the midst of getting her help when she went missing.

Martina Anderson
Martina Anderson

In 2017, Martina who also goes by the nickname Tina, reached out to the family and made contact.  She talked with two of her sisters by phone, and she began to talk about being aware of certain people.

“The conversation was brief and callback number was not traceable,” said Lashanda.

In January 2018, a police report was filed by her mother because no one had heard of her whereabouts. Tina was traced to the San Luis Obispo area, by an arrest report from July 2017.  In September 2017 her car was towed by Tip Top Towing in Santa Monica, California.  In the report, she was listed as a transient.

Martina Anderson
Martina Anderson

Tina is African-American with black hair and dark brown eyes.  She is around 5’7″ tall.  She may go by Tina or Natasha from Kansas City, MO.

Martina Anderson
Martina Anderson

If you have any information about her whereabouts, please send MPofA a message and I will let the family know.  Please take a photo as to help with her identification.

 

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