ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Police in Albuquerque and Española have issued missing-person notices for two women believed to be endangered.
Vallerie P. Martinez, 41, was last seen leaving her home in Española on Friday and heading north on State Road 68 in a white and brown 2002 Chevrolet Astro Van.
Police reported Martinez had cut her wrists, taken a large number of unknown pills and left a note saying she was going to kill herself. She is 5-foot 3-inches, weighs 140 pounds and has hazel eyes and red or auburn hair.
Anyone with information on Martinez can contact Española police at (505) 753-5555.
In Albuquerque police are on alert for Krystle Villaseñor, 22, who walked away from her residence on Sunday and hasn't been seen since.
Police said she has been diagnosed with schizophrenia and functions on a reduced IQ. She is 5 feet 7 inches tall, weighs 275 pounds and has brown hair and brown eyes.
Information on her whereabouts can be called in to the Albuquerque Police Department Missing Person Unit at (505) 908-8552 or (505) 924-6093.
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