Authorities Need Your Help Track Missing Monroe County Woman

The Missouri State Highway Patrol has issued a Money-in-Danger Advisory for a missing Monroe County woman.

Early Saturday morning, the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department issued an advisory regarding a missing adult in rural Holliday, Missouri.

Authorities say Betty Hayes, 88, was reported missing from her home at 17040 C Road, Holliday at 9:30 p.m. Thursday.

The report says Hayes’ vehicles were still at the house. It is not known that she is traveling in a personal vehicle, but it is also not known if she is on foot.

Hayes is described as a white woman, five feet two inches, 86 pounds, gray hair, blue eyes, wearing a low hat and a dark, possibly black, coat.

The sheriff’s report says Hayes suffers from dementia.

If you see Betty Hayes, if you have any information about her whereabouts, you are encouraged to call 911, contact the nearest law enforcement agency, or call the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department at 660 -327-4060.

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