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50-year-old woman missing since May

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 by Krystal Paco

Guam - The Guam Police Department needs your help in locating 50-year-old Rhonda Stroud who has been missing since May.

GHURA administrative assistant Vangie Ojeda said, "I was contacted last week with the Oasis Empowerment Center in East Agana because that's one of the places she frequents since she's been here so they contacted me and we have been trying to locate her in several places that she visits."

Stroud is African American stands 5 feet tall and weighs 138 pounds and has a mental disability. According to Ojeda Stroud is weary of strangers and will run off if approached by individuals not known to her. She resides in Summer Gardens in Tamuning and often walks to her destination.

She frequents the Hagatna Library, Community First's Hagatna branch, Linda's Cafe, and the Oasis Empowerment Center. If you see her or know her whereabouts please contact GPD at 477-HELP (4357). 
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