Mystery Surrounds Case Of Missing Student Who Was In Car Crash, Phone Found Later At Airport

Noelle M. Lynch, a 23-year-old Sacramento State University student, has been reported missing after being seen for the last time on April 3, 2024, around 5 p.m.

According to a press release by the Los Angeles Police Department, the young woman was last seen leaving an apartment building on foot in the 900 block of East Redondo Boulevard in the City of Inglewood, California.

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Lynch left without any of her belongings and “may not be able to identify herself.”

The university student lives with her parents in Sacramento, California. Her parents last saw her after she drove away to Southern California on April 1.

Noelle M. Lynch, a 23-year-old Sacramento State University student, has been reported missing

Image credits: Noelle Lynch

Her father, Mark, told SFGATE that Noelle is vulnerable and left home in a “difficult state of mind.”

“All that matters is trying to get her back,” the desperate father expressed. “The more people that can open their eyes, the better.”

“We didn’t know where she was going,” Mark added. “And the next thing we knew, she was in an accident in Los Angeles at 3 a.m. to 4 a.m. on Tuesday, April 2.”

The accident occurred at an intersection and involved two vehicles, though no injuries were reported. As Lynch’s vehicle was totaled as a result of the crash, her mother booked a hotel room for her near LAX (Los Angeles International Airport) and then drove down to Los Angeles to find her.

She was last seen on surveillance video walking from an Inglewood apartment, about six miles from LAX, on April 3

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The family then learned that Lynch didn’t stay at the hotel. The following day, on April 3, her mother got a call from a “strange person’s phone” at noon. As Mark explained, the conversation was brief, and her daughter “was “mostly not making sense.” That’s the last time they spoke with her.

At about 5 p.m. of that same day, the junior college student was seen on surveillance video walking from an Inglewood apartment, about six miles from LAX, without carrying her belongings.

It’s unclear why the 23-year-old went to the building. As her father explained, she wasn’t visiting a friend. 

“She always calls. This is very out of character. She has had a tough time, but she has always called,” her father explained

Image credits: Noelle Lynch

When she went to the building, Lynch’s mother found her daughter’s things, including a backpack. 

It isn’t common behavior for the missing woman to go days without speaking to her parents, her family said. 

“She always calls,” Mark explained. “This is very out of character. She has had a tough time, but she has always called.”

The young woman’s phone was later found at the Southwest ticket counter at LAX airport. Her father believes there’s no convincing evidence that she boarded a plane.

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The student left her home in a “difficult state of mind”

Image credits: Noelle Lynch

When she went to the Inglewood building, Lynch’s mother found her daughter’s belongings, including a backpack

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Mark suspects foul play may have led to her disappearance and said he can’t imagine she’s “sitting in a coffee shop in Marina del Rey,” as per SFG.

Lynch is described as a 23-year-old female, White, with brown hair and blue eyes. She stands 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighs approximately 125 pounds. She was last seen wearing a dark t-shirt, green sweatpants with a military logo, and white sneakers, the LAPD shared.

Anyone with information about her whereabouts should contact LAPD’s Department Missing Persons Unit at 213-996-1800. 

Anyone wishing to remain anonymous should call the LA Regional Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (800-222-8477) or go directly to www.lacrimestoppers.org.

Bored Panda has contacted the LAPD for comment.

“I hope she gets back safely,” a social media user expressed

 

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