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Missing Persons Report Issued For Three-Month Pregnant Woman

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The Graham Police Department has issued a missing persons report for a three-month pregnant woman.

Lieutenant James Reeves said the woman is Candice "Candy" Shields. She is 20-years-old, 5'3" and weighs 130 lbs.

She was last seen at her grandparent's residence in Graham on December 10th. She has no known mode of transportation.

Anyone with information on Shields' whereabouts is urged to contact the Graham Police Department at 940-549-6441 during normal business hours, or the Young County Sheriff's Office at 940-549-1555.

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