Lubbock Divers Recover Body At Lake Alan Henry - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

5/6/05

Lubbock Divers Recover Body At Lake Alan Henry

The search for a Littlefield woman has come to a tragic end. At 2:30 Friday afternoon, the Lubbock Fire Department Dive Team recovered the body of a woman, believed to be Sharla Lowery.

The 49-year-old was reported missing Monday. Tuesday, Garza County authorites found Lowery's Oldsmobile abandoned at Lake Alan Henry. Divers recovered the body in the lake, near where the car was abandonded.

An autopsy willl be perfomed. The exact cause of death is unknown at this time but no foul play is suspected we will of course follow this story and bring you information as it is released.

5/2/05
Missing Woman's Vehicle Found; No Body Discovered
Police continue to actively search for a missing Littlefield woman after her vehicle is found near Lake Alan Henry. Garza County authorities say when the found the vehicle, 49-year-old Sharla Lowery's body was not in it.

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