LUBBOCK, TX, (KCBD) - It has been nine days since 64-year-old Judy McCullough was last seen and her family needs your help. There are new developments in the search for the missing Denver City woman.
Denver City Police received a tip Friday morning -- giving McCullough's family a little more hope, and direction as to where she might be. "I just can't even imagine where she's at or what's going on. It just leads me to the worst," says Keri Fenton of her missing mother. She remains hopeful that her mom, 64-year-old Judy McCullough will show up. "I thought from the beginning she just took a wrong turn," says Fenton. And that's what one tip police received Friday confirmed. McCullough was sighted last Wednesday in South West Gaines County which mean she took a wrong turn on her trip from Hobbs, New Mexico to Denver City - heading south instead of north.
"She has a terrible sense of direction and she has been having some problems with confusion I wasn't aware of," says Fenton. Her mom's sense of direction isn't the only thing that alarms her though. "If she doesn't have a credit card and money, where's she staying and who is feeding her. My mom's never met a stranger. She'll talk to a rock. It makes me nervous that she'll talk to anybody," says Fenton
McCullough was last seen driving a cream 2005 Chrysler 300 with Texas license plates Z61- JZD. Fenton says she can't imagine where her mom could be, "I guess at this point it's just a matter of keeping hope, that's all you can do until you know something for sure."
If you have any information on 64-year-old Judy McCullough or have seen her vehicle you are encouraged to call the Denver City Police at 806-592-3516.
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