Missing 26-year-old La Vernia woman found safe in San Antonio, police say

Alexandra ‘Alex’ Ellsworth disappeared Nov. 7

Alexandra “Alex” Ellsworth was last seen by her family on Nov. 7. (Courtesy of La Vernia PD)

LA VERNIA, TexasUpdate:

Alexandra ‘Alex’ Ellsworth has been found safe in San Antonio after she disappeared nearly two weeks ago in La Vernia, according to police.

Her case has since been closed, and further details are limited at this time.


A search is underway for a missing 26-year-old woman in La Vernia, who was last seen almost two weeks ago, according to La Vernia police.

Alexandra “Alex” Ellsworth’s family last made contact with her on Nov. 7. She has since been listed as a missing person.

Authorities describe Ellsworth as being five feet, three inches tall, and she has a medium build with shoulder-length brown hair and brown eyes.

She also has a large tattoo on her left arm and wears a nose ring, police said. More details on Ellsworth’s appearance are limited at this time.

Anyone with more information on Ellsworth’s whereabouts is urged to contact Sgt. Donald Keil, with LVPD, at 830-779-4541.

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