Lake Montague missing from Utah since 2007

Kim Raff | The Salt Lake Tribune Lark Montague when missing five years ago on Sept 21. Her husband Dennis Montague and daughter Brittany Montague are still looking for answers. A photograph of Lark shown during an interview about Lark at Dennis' home in Magna, Utah on September 19, 2012.

Lark L Montague, 55, has been missing from Magna, Utah since Sept. 21, 2007.   Lark reportedly went to a friend’s house where she stayed until after midnight.  Because she had been drinking a friend follower her home around 3 a.m. in the area of 8400 West and 3500 South.   When questioned by the police, the friend stated he watched Lark pull into the driveway, and he kept driving by, but looked back and saw the back-up tail lights come one, Unified Police Detective Mike Smith told Good4Utah News.  The family the next morning saw that Lark apparently hit the chain-link fence as pieces of a busted tail light were found on the ground there the next day.

A witness saw Lark driving her 2002 Chevrolet Trailblazer past the Cypress Credit Union in Magna and veering into a curb before heading towards Highway 1111.

Lark was the guardian of three grandchildren, and she received money from her daughter for caring for them, Lark’s husband, Dennis told the Salt Lake Tribune.

If you have any information on this case call Detective Mike Smith at (801) 743-5950.

 

Case #07-87849
Case Status: Open
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