Search continues for missing Jal woman

Search continues for missing Jal woman

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Law enforcement in Southeast New Mexico has been searching for an endangered Jal woman for nearly two months now.

Angela McManes was last seen May 13 in Jal, about 40 miles south of Hobbs.

She is 4'11", about 90lbs. with black hair. She has "sexy" tattooed on her neck, and a yellow-and-black smiley face on her calf.

If you know where she is or think you may have seen her, contact the New Mexico Department of Public Safety at 1.800.457.3463.

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