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Martin County Sheriff now searching for missing Jensen Beach woman

Martin County Sheriff now searching for missing Jensen Beach woman

Martin County Sheriff now searching for missing Jensen Beach woman

Jensen Beach, Fl (treasurecoast.com) – The Martin County Sheriff is now searching for a missing Jensen Beach Woman.
The Martin County Sheriff’s Office is attempting to locate 57 year old W/F Cynthia M. Cole. Cynthia is 5’5, 117 pounds with red hair and light colored eyes. She was last seen wearing an orange shirt, as the one in the photo posted.
Cynthia was last seen on Thursday, February 24, 2022 at the Jammin’ Jensen event in Downtown Jensen Beach. She drives a 2015 Gray Jeep Cherokee with Florida tag DNF89.
If you have seen or know the whereabouts of Cynthia Cole, please contact the Martin County Sheriff’s Office immediately at 772-220-7170.

We wrote about Cynthia earlier:

 

Hi everyone. Wondering if anyone has seen or spoke to Cynthia Sea. She was at Jammin Jensen last week and that’s the last we have heard from her. I know a lot of us know her on here and that’s why I posting. It is very unlike her to just leave and go somewhere AND not respond to her friends. Has anyone seen or heard from her?

We’ve searched for her car around JB with no luck, searching beaches now. Called hospitals and jail and no luck.

She drives a dark gray Jeep Grand Cherokee.LouAnn is main contact as she is primary contact with police. 631-745-7980 is her number.  Please email me clenz@mac.com if you have any more info. Please share.

 

 

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