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Help sought in locating missing woman

SoVaNow.com / March 27, 2014


The Halifax County Sheriff’s Department is asking the public’s help in locating a 65-year-old woman who has not been seen or heard from by family members for some time.

Sheriff Fred Clark sent out an e-mail message late Tuesday in which he described the woman, Nannie Dora Randolph, as being a 5 foot, 3 inch tall black female weighing some 150 pounds with black hair and brown eyes.

The Sheriff said a family member, who lives out of state, contacted his department after becoming concerned about the woman’s whereabouts since relatives in Halifax County as well as other family members in Washington, DC, Maryland and New York “had neither seen nor heard from her in a while.”

Family members said Randolph is known to travel frequently, but she usually checks in with family members in Halifax County periodically. In addition, family members said the woman walks to most places, typically pulling a black rolling suitcase. She has been known to accept rides from individuals and to travel by train when going out of state.

Clark is asking that anyone with any information about Randolph’s whereabouts , or if they have seen her recently to please contact Investigator Jeff Burton at (434)476-3334 or call the Halifax County Crime Stoppers line at (434)476-8445.

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