Regina Hubler goes missing after staying at a Ohio motel FOUND

reginahublerUPDATE 6/3/16 – Regina has been found safe.   The Johnson City Police Dept. Facebook post update:

“The Ohio law enforcement agency that began the missing person search for Regina S. Young-Hubler has notified us that she is no longer considered missing. Regina has been located over 30 hours drive time from Johnson City near the West Coast of the United States. From all indications, she has traveled near the West Coast of her own accord and she is safe. Many thanks to our Facebook community for over 6,000 people reached via the posting, with over 240 shares of the information.”

6/3/16 Original story:  Regina Hubler, 53, who is a traveling nurse has been missing since May 22, 2016.  Regina was last heard from as she was traveling to Johnson City from her Warren County home.  She checked into a Best Western motel and surveillance video shows her leaving on May 22.

Her daughter, Angela Nickell,  told WJHL news: “No cell phone, she hasn’t used her debit card, bank card or anything. I just want to know she is okay.”

If you have any information call the  Johnson City Police at 423-928-9111.

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