Kathryn Worth missing from Burleson, Texas FOUND

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Missing Person Texas Kathryn Worth

March 16, 2018 – The Burleson Police Dept. contacted me to let me know that Kathryn has been located safe.

Original story: Kathryn Worth, 36, is missing from Burleson, Texas.  She was last seen on Saturday, March 10, 2018 at Walmart in Burleson Texas leaving the parking lot by herself at 5:17 p.m.  The police viewed the surveillance video and stated she was headed north on Hidden Creek to Wilshire but don’t know if it she was going east or west. She’s driving a blue Honda Civic 2000 model right front fender is a different color blue the license plate number KJR 0284

Katheryn worth
Katheryn Worth

Kathryn could be driving a blue 2000 Honda civic with right front fender damage and a different color of blue with the license plate number KJR 0284.

Kathryn is 5’6′ tall, 200 pounds with blonde hair.

If you know her whereabouts, please contact the Burleson Police Dept. at 817-426-9903.

 

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