A family and their two dogs have not returned home from a camping trip to Lake Mead National Recreation Area

A family of 3 and their dogs have not been heard from since departing on a 7-10 day camping trip to Katherine Landing at Lake Mohave Marina in the Lake Mean National Recreation Area.

The family departed on September 11, 2021; they were reported missing by Joshua Robert Martinez’ mother on September 27th after they did not return home. The National Park Service Park Rangers have searched the Katherine Landing area, Princess Cove, areas of Golden Valley, Oatman Road, and along the Colorado River in the Bullhead City area; no sign of the family has been discovered.

Investigators say that all members of the family left without a cell phone, and Martinez left behind medication needed for a medical condition.

Allison was driving a four-door grey 2005 Toyota Corolla bearing Arizona wheel chair plate # GAC93. The vehicle was last seen leaving a residence in the 2400 block of Karen Ave. with a king-sized memory foam mattress strapped to the roof. They also had two dogs with them described as a female miniature pinscher chihuahua mix black and white in color and a large male dog, unknown breed, tan in color.

Allison, Martinez and Kelly were entered as missing Persons in the National Crime Information Center, and the Kingman Police Department is asking for anyone with information to call 928-753-2191.

This story is developing.

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    Joss Leal is an outdoor enthusiast, Clinical Mental Health Counseling graduate student with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Business. Joss founded Missing NPF in October 2020, and maintains the Missing NPF database alongside a team of 3 dedicated ‘seekers’.

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