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Texas woman missing in Oklahoma

Jennifer Howell, 31 (Source: Parker County Sheriff Office) Jennifer Howell, 31 (Source: Parker County Sheriff Office)
Provided by Park County Sheriff Department

Parker County Sheriff Department (Texas), Love County Sheriff Department (Oklahoma),  and the family of Jennifer Howell is asking the public’s assistance in locating Jennifer, age 31, who was last seen on  Monday, June 23, 2014. Jennifer is 5’8 tall, 140 pounds with brown hair/eyes. Jennifer has a frog tattoo on the top of her right foot and a Hawaiian flower tattoo in the right shoulder area. 

Jennifer’s family and law enforcement are asking for the media’s attention on Jennifer’s case as it is imperative to locate Jennifer’s to ensure her safe return. Please understand time is of the essence and we need your help to get this information in the eyes of the public. 

If anyone has any information leading to the location of Jennifer, you are asked to please contact the Parker County Sheriff (817) 594-8845 or Love County Sheriff (580) 276-3150. 
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