Greene County, Mississippi Woman Reported Missing is Fine

Greene County, Mississippi Woman Reported Missing is Fine

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Update: Authorities say she has contacted family and says she is fine.

 

Law enforcement officials in Greene County, Miss. are seeking assistance from the general public in helping determine the whereabouts of a 34-year-old woman missing for nearly a week.

Greene County Sheriff Stanley McLeod said Thursday his office is hoping for leads that could help locate Shannon Deanna Bryan, who has not been seen or heard from since Sunday, June 9. Byrd reportedly left the home of her mother on Man Lane in the Vernal Community of Greene County Sunday afternoon driving a white, 2003 Honda Accord (tag# GRA 292).

Bryan is 5'3" tall with blonde hair and blue eyes. She has a burn scar around her right eye and has numerous tattoos.

Anyone with information about her whereabouts is asked to call the Greene County Sheriff's Office at (601)394-2341.

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