Women Missing From Kyle found Buried in Bastrop County

    In a Facebook post, Bastrop County Sheriff’s Office informed that the Hispanic Woman who was missing from Kyle is found and buried in Bastrop County.

    The Woman is identified as Yuridia Anaya-Espinoza (33), her missing person’s report was filed at the Kyle Police Department when she didn’t return home after leaving for work on the day before.

    On March 2nd Kyle police found Yuridia abandoned car parked in the El Roy community in Travis County.

    The investigation led to a suspect named Tomas Sanchez-Solorzano who was living in Bastrop County, therefore, Bastrop County Sheriff’s office was called in to help assist with the investigation.

    In the Facebook post, Bastrop County Sheriff’s office explains Thomas was arrested “for unrelated traffic charges.”

    After that “a search warrant was executed by Kyle PD, the Bastrop Sheriff’s Office and ICE Agents, on Sanchez-Solorzano’s residence, near Elgin at 110 Camino De Agua Rd,” Bastrop County Sheriff’s office said.

    And later that day authorities found a grave site near the Lower Elgin Road in Bastrop County where “the body in the grave was confirmed as the missing female, Yuridia Anaya Espinoza.”

    Tomas Sanchez-Solorzano has been charged with murder and his bond is set at $500,000. He is currently being held at the Bastrop Country Jail.