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See age progressed image of missing Hallsville girl

Kimberly at time of disappearance Kimberly at time of disappearance
Age Progressed to 32 years of age Age Progressed to 32 years of age

HALLSVILLE, TX (KLTV) - Nearly 22 years ago Kimberly Norwood didn't make it home after school, and she's still missing. She was last seen by two school friends on May 20th 1989.

The Harrison County Sheriff's Office has teamed with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children to try to bring this case to a close. They have released an age enhanced picture of Kimberly as she may look now at 32.

Kimberly disappeared from Caney Creek near Hallsville. Deputies have pursued leads from California to South Louisiana and have never stopped their search.

If you have any information about this case, contact the Harrison County Sheriff's Department.


KIMBERLY NORWOOD
Missing Since: May 20, 1989
Age: 12
Missing From: home on Hickory Road, Hallsville, Texas
Sex: female
Height: 5ft 4in.
Weight: 110
Eye Color: brown
Hair Color: brown
Race: Caucasian
Complexion: medium
Birth Date: October 12, 1976


Distinguishing Marks: surgery scar on abdomen

Clothing Description: black "Keds" tennis shoes, blue or black jeans, white T-shirt with a picture of cows on the front with the words "Milk Dudes", black bow in hair and a Swatch watch

Jewelry: Gold ring with an aquamarine stone.

Kimberly was last seen at about 5:15 p.m. by her friends as they were all walking home. She and her three friends split up approximately one mile from the child's home and she has not been seen since.


Please call the Harrison County Sheriff at 903-923-4000 if you have any information about KIMBERLY NORWOOD
Or call the Laura Recovery Center at 281-482-LRCF(5723) or (toll free) 866-898-5723; FAX: 281-482-5727; (RN: 593)


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