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WFPD searching for missing person

Corrie Hollingsworth (Source: WFPD) Corrie Hollingsworth (Source: WFPD)
WICHITA FALLS, Tx (RNN Texoma) -

The Wichita Falls Police Department is searching for a missing person.

40-year old Corrie Hollingsworth was last seen in the 1300 block of Central Freeway at around 9 p.m. on Sunday, January 28th.

She was wearing a blue Walmart shirt and khaki pants. She is 4'10" and weigh 92 pounds. She has shoulder length brown hair and brown eyes. There is a dimple on her right cheek and a tattoo of an angel on her back. She was last seen driving a 2002 blue four door Chevy Tahoe was TX tag L408288.

If you have any information about where she may be, you are asked to call police. 

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