Police: Search for missing Townshend woman yields no new leadsStaff Report | September 16,2013The Vermont State Police issued the following press release this morning:
The Vermont State Police continued their search for a missing Townshend woman.
On Saturday, September 14, 2013, State Police utilized the Vermont Civil Air Patrol in an effort to locate Helen Holmes, age 59 of Townshend, Vermont. The Vermont Civil Air Patrol searched the Jamaica and Townshend areas with negative results.
Holmes was reported missing on Friday, September 6, 2013 and was last seen that morning at 9:00 AM. Holmes is described as 5'6" tall and 150 lbs. She has blonde hair and is possibly operating Vermont registration DAK316, a 2010 Subaru Forester red in color. At this time, Holmes' whereabouts are unknown.
The Vermont State Police continue to investigate the disappearance of Helen Holmes and urge anyone with information to contact Vermont State Police at 802-254-2382. Or submit an anonymous an anonymous tip by texting "CRIMES" (274637) with keyword: VTIPS or online at http://vsp.vermont.gov/tipsubmit.MORE IN This Just In“Uncle Vanya,” Anton Chekhov’s wistful 1897 comedy in which tempers flare and passions are... Full StoryTORONTO — Pinch-hitter Danny Valencia had a go-ahead, three-run homer in the seventh inning,... Full Story
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