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Police: Missing Cornish woman found

Published: 12/7/2022 11:31:53 AM
Modified: 12/7/2022 11:31:31 AM

CORNISH — A 35-year-old woman reported missing who Cornish police requested the public’s assistance in finding was located on Tuesday, according police.

Ashley Heath, whose family said they had not heard from here in 30 days, was located in Brattleboro by Brattleboro police about 24 hours after Cornish police issued the initial alert on Monday, Cornish police officer Justin Vivian said via email.

Heath “has seemed to have fallen on tough times and has relocated to that area,” Vivian said.

On Monday, Cornish police issued an alert to the public that they were “looking for assistance in locating Ashley Heath, who is considered to be missing” because her family had not heard from her since Nov. 6.

 




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