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Law Enforcement Search for Pablo Woman Missing Since Monday

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Have you seen this woman?

The Lake County Sheriff's Department said that dispatch received a call asking officers to check on Shannon Turner, 40, but they did not find her at her Pablo home and have not seen her car.

Turner was last seen Monday morning.

She is 5' 4" with brown, curly hair and green eyes. She is said to be driving a 2006 maroon Chevy Uplander with montana license plate # ARG175.

If you see Turner or her vehicle, call the Lake County Sheriff's Department at (406) 249-5123.

 

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