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Heather Mobley missing from Louisiana FOUND

Heather Mobley missing Louisiana

September 4, 2018 – Heather Mobley has been located.

Heather Mobley, 34, has been missing from Ruston, Louisiana since August 29, 2018.  She was last seen on South Parkway.   She may have been seen at the Dubach gas station.

Heather Mobley
Heather Mobley

The family of Heather posted:

“UPDATE IT HAS BEEN 24 HOURS NOW STEPS ARE BEING TAKEN TO FIND HER WE WOULD APPRECIATE PRAYERS. SHE HAS SHORT BLONDISH BROWN NATURALLY CURLY HAIR, BLUE EYES, DRIVES A GREEN MAZDA PROTEGE. LAST SEEN IN RUSTON ON SOUTH PARKWAY…🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏 (Please keep my Ruston family in your prayers. My cousin Heather Mobley has not been seen or heard from in over 12 hours and that is not like her to not keep contact. If you have seen or heard from her please contact Wes Mobley is on fb messenger. Prayers for her safety.)”

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Jerrie Dean, who is retired from Federal Law Enforcement, is the Founder of Missing Persons of America and Missing Texas Forty.

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