Missing Person New Mexico Lynn Goldin
Lynn Goldin, 83, from Vancouver, Washington, left his home on August 29, 2016. He was going to the Hogback, New Mexico area to search for treasure. Authorities know he arrived in Farmington, New Mexico, and that he was at the Walmart on West Main Street on September 1, 2016. He also bought gas at the Circle W on US Highway 64 in Waterflow, reports the KUNM.
Goldin’s son, Aaron reported his dad missing to the police after he had not heard from him. He stated that his dad liked to travel to different states looking for unclaimed treasure and had been in New Mexico before. They explored the mesas and canyons north of PNM Power Plant in search of unclaimed treasures. Aaron spoke with his dad on August 29 when his dad told him he was headed to New Mexico, but when his father hadn’t checked in with him by September 10 and he was unable to reach him by phone, he contacted the Farmington Police Department for assistance, Aaron told KRWN News.
Although Lynn has been missing since 2016, his vehicle has not been located and there is no activity on his bank cards.
Goldin is 5’10” tall, weighing 220 lbs. He has a white beard, short grey/white hair and no tattoos or scars. Lynn would have been wearing a hat of some type, loose-fitting pants and always wore a Black Hills Gold crucifix. He may be driving his grey 2006 Hummer H2 with a personalized Washington license plate, GOLDIN2.
If you have any information about his whereabouts, please call Detective Heather Chavez at 566-2370 or non-emergency dispatch at 334-6622. Anonymous tips may be submitted to San Juan County Crime Stoppers at 334-TIPS.