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Police seek woman missing from group home

Posted on November 30, 2021

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KENLY — Authorities say a 29-year-old woman reported missing from a group home on Monday could have been traveling to Wilson.

The N.C. Center for Missing Persons issued a Silver Alert for Brittany Lorene Newman at 9:25 p.m. Newman was last seen at 212 Tilghman St. in Kenly, the emergency bulletin states. The building at that address is Supreme Love 2, a supervised residential facility for adults with mental illness and other conditions.

Newman is 5 feet, 2 inches tall with long blonde hair and brown eyes. She weighs about 220 pounds.

The Silver Alert advisory says Newman was last seen wearing orange leggings, a black shirt and a burgundy hooded sweatshirt. Her direction of travel is listed as unknown, but Wilson is listed as a possible destination.

Silver Alerts are issued for missing individuals of any age who are believed to be suffering from dementia or another cognitive impairment. Subjects of the statewide alerts are considered missing and endangered. Kenly police reported Newman’s disappearance to the N.C. Center for Missing Persons.

Anyone who sees Brittany Lorene Newman or has information on her potential whereabouts is asked to contact Officer Ramsey at the Kenly Police Department by calling 919-934-9411.

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