Hockley County Sheriff seeks information on missing woman

Hockley County Sheriff seeks information on missing woman

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LEVELLAND, Texas -

(Press Release)

The Hockley County Sheriff’s Office is seeking information regarding an individual reported missing on Sunday, April 15, 2018. Investigators received information from the Levelland Police Department after a relative reported Jeannie Quinn, 20, missing after not having contact over the previous 24 to 36 hours.

Ms. Quinn was reportedly last seen in the Abilene area over the weekend. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Hockley County Sheriff’s Office, or your local law enforcement agency. Ms. Quinn’s family is asking for any and all assistance in locating her.

Ms. Quinn is described as approximately 5’1” to 5’3” in height, weighing approximately 105 pounds. She has brown hair and blue eyes. Ms. Quinn was reportedly last seen in a 2011 Toyota pickup, silver in color, bearing Texas License Plate 8NHMD.

Deputies with the Sheriff’s Office are actively investigating the matter and is asking for assistance from the public in hopes of Ms. Quinn’s safe return.

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