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Cynthia Martinez Perez missing from Oregon since 2017

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Missing Person Oregon Cynthia Martinez-Perez

Cynthia Martinez-Perez, 27, has been missing since July 16, 2017.  She left her home in Woodburn to go to a birthday party in Woodburn.  Then she went to the Tequila Nights Bar & Grill on River Road North in Keizer, Oregon. She was last seen at 2:30 a.m. leaving the bar with two Hispanic men.  One is unidentified but the other was Jamie Alvarez-Olivera, 30, who is a person of interest in this case, according to Keizer Police. They drove away in a blue 2004 Honda Odyssey minivan.

Cynthia Martinez Perez
Cynthia Martinez Perez

Martinez was seen leaving the bar with two Hispanic men, police said, including Jamie Alvarez-Olivera, 30 (Photo above). Witnesses saw them drive away in a blue 2004 Honda Odyssey minivan.

Cynthia Martinez Perez
Cynthia Martinez Perez

The police have not been able to locate Jamie to talk to him about that night, and they believe he has skipped town.  The minivan was found.

Cynthia Martinez Perez
Cynthia Martinez Perez

Investigators said they’ve located the vehicle.

Anyone with information about the whereabouts of Cynthia Martinez should call the Keizer Police Department at 503-856-3529.

There is a $10,500 reward provided by the FBI and crime stoppers, for information leading to the location of Cynthia or Jamie.

 

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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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