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|Missie Dillon of Greenville has been missing since May 3. She was last seen in Redding.|
A return phone call to Feather Publishing from Sergeant Langley at the Redding PD confirmed that someone had called their office on Friday and gave them a contact number for Missie. Upon calling that number, the female they spoke to claimed she was Helen Dillon. They asked the person on the phone to come in person to any local Redding police station, but as of Saturday afternoon she has not been seen.
A 25-year-old Greenville woman, who was last seen Friday, May 3, in Redding, has been reported missing.
The Plumas County Sheriff is asking anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Helen "Missie" Dillon to call 530-283-6300.
Dillon reportedly sent a text message to a friend on Saturday, May 4, saying that she was driving back to Greenville.
She never arrived, and friends reported that calls to her cell phone Sunday were not answered.
Dillon stands 5-foot-2 and weighs 120 pounds. She has blonde hair and blue eyes. She was reportedly driving a red 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee.
|Dillon was last seen driving this 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee.|
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