Hector Martinez Jr.
It is uncharacteristic for Hector to leave without warning. He is an enrolled member of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community of the Salt River Reservation. His case is under investigation by the Mesa Police Department.
Anyone with information about this person's whereabouts is asked to please call the Mesa Police Department at 480-644-2211 or Salt River Depariment of Corrections at 480-362-7200.
- Black hair.
- Brown eyes.
- Tattoos in the following places:
- Three dots near his left eye.
- The name "Lehi" on his back.
- The words "Brown Pride" on the back of his forearm.
- The phrase "Trust No Man" in vertical Chinese script on his neck.
- The names "Martinez", "Careaga", and "Peshlakai" on his chest.
Jane Bernard, 43, was last seen on Aug. 27, 1966 getting into a dark-coloured car in Thunder Bay, Ontario, with Doreen Hardy and an unidentified man. The next day Hardy’s remains were found in the municipality of Shuniah, and Bernard’s were found days later. Ontario Provincial Police believe both women were killed. Despite the Province of Ontario offering a substantial reward for information in the case, there have never been any arrests or charges laid in Bernard’s slaying. The case remains open and unsolved.