Body Found At Lake Alan Henry Identified - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

5/9/05

Body Found At Lake Alan Henry Identified

Sharla Lowery Sharla Lowery
Aaron Smith Aaron Smith

A body recovered at Lake Alan Henry Friday afternoon has been positively identified as Littlefield woman Sharla Lowery.

Authorities hope autopsy reports will give an exact cause of death but foul play is not suspected. 49-year-old Lowery was reported missing last Monday. Her car was found near Lake Alan Henry the next day and divers recovered the body Friday.

Meanwhile, divers are still looking for Aaron Smith. The 40-year-old has been missing since Saturday, April 23rd. He was fishing in a bass tournament when the boat he was in collided with another boat.

4/26/05
Family & Community Of Aaron Smith Rally As He Remains Missing
Divers returned to Lake Alan Henry for a fourth day as the search for a missing man continues.

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