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ETX police asking for help finding missing woman

The Marshall Police Department is seeking help from the public to locate Evelyn Gayle Yelverton of Marshall, who was last seen by her roommate on Monday, December 3, 2012 at approximately 10:30pm. Ms.Yelverton left in a gray 2008 Chevrolet Trailblazer bearing Texas LP#4BZCX from her residence located at 3903 Redwood Trail in Marshall,Texas.

Ms. Yelverton is a White female, 49 years of age; she is 5' 6" tall and weighs 220lbs., with brown hair and hazel eyes.

Ms. Yelverton has a medical condition that requires her to take medication on a daily basis, which she does not have in her possession.

The Marshall Police Department is asking anyone who feels they may have seen Ms. Yelverton or may know of her whereabouts is urged tocontact Lt. Patrick Clayton of the Marshall Police Department Criminal Investigation Division at 903-935-4540 or the Marshall Crimestoppers at 903-935-9969.

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