Person resembling missing Holland woman seen in N.M.

Authorities said a person resembling a 36-year-old Holland woman who has been missing since mid-February has been spotted in New Mexico.
AP Wire
Mar 12, 2013

 

Holland police said a vehicle matching the license plate number on Emelene VanDyke's car was seen Sunday by a stationary unmanned license plate reader near Alamogordo, N.M. Police said photos show the car appears to be the Hyundai Accent that VanDyke was driving and a woman resembling her looked to be the only occupant.

Officials in New Mexico are looking for the vehicle.

VanDyke was reported missing Feb. 19 after she didn't go to work.

Police earlier said she may have been headed to northern Michigan after buying a car and taking out money from a bank. Camping gear was missing from her home.

Comments

LessThanAmused

So...maybe this woman just decided to get lost for awhile. She got some cash from her bank, loaded up some camping gear and headed out for the adventure of her life. What are they gonna do when they "catch" her?....drag her back to Michigan? for what reason? If this article can be believed she seems to be fine for all intents and purposes so why not just leave her alone? She's an adult who can make her own decisions....maybe she just decided to get lost and start over. Can't wait to see how this deal plays out.

 

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