Independence Police Department asks again for help in missing woman's case

Independence Police Department asks again for help in missing woman's case
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Police in Independence, Missouri, are again reaching out to the public for help in finding a woman who has been missing since early May.Police said Tony Christine Williamson walked away from a care facility in the 1800 block of South Sterling Avenue around 2 a.m. on May 8. Police said Williamson suffers from dementia, schizophrenia and other medical issues and she is without her medication.Surveillance video showed she was wearing light blue jeans, a light blue or gray zipper-hooded sweatshirt, and a mask.Police said she was seen in the afternoon on May 8 in the 2300 block of East 12th Street in Kansas City.Anyone who has seen Williamson is asked to call the Independence Police Department TIPS Hotline at 816-325-7777.

Police in Independence, Missouri, are again reaching out to the public for help in finding a woman who has been missing since early May.

Police said Tony Christine Williamson walked away from a care facility in the 1800 block of South Sterling Avenue around 2 a.m. on May 8.

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Police said Williamson suffers from dementia, schizophrenia and other medical issues and she is without her medication.

Surveillance video showed she was wearing light blue jeans, a light blue or gray zipper-hooded sweatshirt, and a mask.

Police said she was seen in the afternoon on May 8 in the 2300 block of East 12th Street in Kansas City.

Anyone who has seen Williamson is asked to call the Independence Police Department TIPS Hotline at 816-325-7777.

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