The Santa Fe County sheriff’s detectives is asking the public to help them identify a man seen with a missing person.
January 30, 2019 – The body of Marshall Narajo has been found in the Pojoaque area. That is all the information they have released. According to Santa Fe County Sheriff’s detectives, they are calling his death suspicious and cause of death will be determined by the medical examiner. The person in the video is still being sought.
Marshall Narajo, 27, from Albuquerque, New Mexico went missing on December 28, 2018 while visiting his family in Los Alamos.
Police found surveillance video that shows Marshall at the Buffalo Thunder Resort and Casino. He is seen with a man who has not been identified. Marshall is seen in another video driving off with the man in a dark-colored sedan. The video is too “grainy” for the police to make out the license plate, let alone the state.
The family told the police that Marshall left his grandma’s house in White Rock. He told them he was going back to his apartment via the shuttle at Buffalo Thunder to Santa Fe and then to the Rail Runner Express train. Marshall never made it back home and he hasn’t used his phone or been on social media.
Naranjo is described as 6-feet tall, 185 pounds, and has tattoos on his right hand, right shoulder, back and abdomen.
If you recognize the man in the video, please call the detectives at 505-428-3720.
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