Sheriff's Office Seeks Information On Marsha Hunt, Last Seen On Sunday

Wednesday, July 03, 2013
Marsha Hunt
Marsha Hunt

The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office is requesting assistance from the media in locating a woman reported missing from her residence.

Marsha Hunt was last seen by family members on Sunday evening, at her residence at 6703 White Oak Valley Circle. Ms. Hunt is 41, 5’ 7”, 185 pounds, with green eyes and blonde hair. There is no clothing description available and her vehicle as well as her cell phone were located at her residence.

At this time STARS is in the area searching and the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office is requesting anyone who may have seen Ms. Hunt or has information on her whereabouts to contact the sheriff’s office at 423 622-0022.

 


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