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Police seeking help finding missing 57-year-old Demopolis woman

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Police need help locating a 57-year-old Demopolis woman who went missing Saturday night, authorities said in a release Monday.

Maggie Lean Wright, who is 5-foot-6 and weighs around 180 pounds, was last seen leaving the Demopolis Civic Center, walking north on Commissioner Street. She was wearing black, pin-striped pants, a black shirt and a black trench coat. According to Demopolis Police Chief Tommie Reese, Wright may suffer from unknown health issues.

If anyone has information regarding the whereabouts of Wright, you're asked to please contact the Demopolis police at 334-289-3073 or your local law enforcement agency.

 

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