Monroe County woman still missing, your help was needed to find her
The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office is asking for your help in their investigation into the disappearance of a rural Holliday woman two weeks ago.
Betty Hayes, 88, was last seen on the evening of December 16. She was reported missing the next day and a Money in Danger Advisory issued by Sheriff Joe Colston.
At the time, a search was carried out in the area where Hayes lives. The aerial and ground searches were carried out by law enforcement, firefighters, volunteers and a Missouri State Highway Patrol aircraft.
Since then, searches by family, neighbors, friends and law enforcement have continued.
The disappearance investigation is being conducted by the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office with assistance from the Drug Control and Crime Division of the Missouri State Highway Patrol.
“It is important that we look at all the possibilities and follow all the leads possible,” said Sheriff Colston. “We ask anyone who may have been in contact with Ms Hayes prior to the time she was reported missing to contact us with these details. We also ask that if anyone has any information about Ms Betty Hayes, or her possible where is, to contact the sheriff’s office. “
Betty Hayes is a white female with blonde / gray hair, blue eyes, measuring around 5’2 “and weighing 86 pounds. She was last seen wearing a dark colored beanie and dark coat with sweatpants purple, although it is possible that she changed her clothes before she went missing.
If you have any information, please contact the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office at 660-327-4060.
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