Arkansas woman missing without her meds, police say

Arkansas woman missing without her meds, police say

MARIANNA, Ark. — Marianna police seek the public's help to locate a missing 66-year-old woman.

Annie Lee Hampton was last seen wearing a white nightgown with an image on the front that resembles a rabbit by her neighbor about 7:30 a.m. Friday. When the neighbor came back outside about 9 a.m., Hampton's car was gone.

Police were called to the residence after the home aide could not get in the house.

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The family accessed the apartment and found her medications, purse, money and other usual belongings still at the residence.

The vehicle is a brown 2001 Pontiac with Arkansas Handicap tags 342737. Officials are not sure if its a Grand Am or a Grand Prix.

She has a liver Illness, seizures, slight dementia, and full mobility is aided by a walker or wheel chair, which were both left at the residence.

She is small in stature with a larger stomach unproportionate to her build due to her illness.

If you see Hampton contact Marianna police at 870-295-2508

If contact is made with her she will probably be in a confused state and due to not having her medicine, will need immediate medical attention, according to police.

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