Rena Ricones missing from Texas since 1994

Rena Rincones

Rena Rincones missing Texas

Rena Rincones went missing from Falfurrias, Texas on June 21, 1994.  She was last seen leaving the home of her parents.  On 03-13-1995, Rena Rincones was reported missing by her father.

Recently the Texas Dept. of Public Safety has put out a $6,000 reward for information.

Rena was married to  John E. Longoria on May 16, 1994 in Texas. They had a daughter who was a year old when she went missing.

Rena Rincones

Officials say Rincones was believed to be going to the Premont area in Jim Wells County.

Topix

In 2010, a post on Topix read: “Im looking for John Longoria or The Longoria family The mother is white John had a sister named Jackie Longoria. The reason im Looking for this family is because we have reason to belive this family murdred my best friend Rena Rincones. Please if anyone remebers this family or my best friend please let me know. Her family has died looking for her and has a daughter that Johns mom kept. I want to bring clousure to her and all who knew her. She was last seen on June of 1994. Again any info is greatly appreciated.”

Tattoo on her right ankle has the name of “John” and also has tattoo of “100%” on left ankle.

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Submit information to the Texas Ranger cold case website or by contacting 1-800-346-3243 (DPS Missing Persons Hotline) or leave a tip here.

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