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Missing Oakhurst Woman Found

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MADERA COUNTY, Calif. (KMPH) -

UPDATE: The missing woman has been found. The Madera Police Department reports the 43-year-old woman was found Monday night required medical attention and was transported to Madera Community Hospital for treatment.


 

Have you seen this woman? This is Christina Romero. She's 43 years old and lives in Oakhurst.

She was released from Madera Community Hospital early Sunday morning.

Now her family is trying to figure out where she may be.

Christina Romero is described as Native American, with black hair and brown eyes. She's 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighs about 145 pounds.

She was last seen wearing a purple shirt, denim shorts, white shoes, and was carrying a small clutch purse.

If you see her, please call the Madera County Sheriff's office at 559-675–7770.

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