MISSING PERSON ALERT: Denver City woman missing since March 18 - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

3/26/09

MISSING PERSON ALERT: Denver City woman missing since March 18

Source: Denver City PD Source: Denver City PD

LUBBOCK, TEXAS (KCBD) - Denver City police are asking for help across the region. They are trying to locate a woman, missing since Wednesday, March 18.

Her name is Julia Wier McCullogh, but some know her as Judy. She is 64-years old, with brown hair and green eyes.

McCullough was last seen in Hobbs, New Mexico and was supposed to be headed back to Denver City in her white 2005 Chrysler 300 with plates Z61-JZD.

Police say McCullough is bi-polar, and she has been off her medication for some time now.

If you see Julia "Judy" Wier McCullogh, please contact your local authorities, or or the Denver City Police Department at (806) 592-3518.

 

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