MCSO deputies look for missing Anthem woman - Tucson News Now

MCSO deputies look for missing Anthem woman

Martha "Martie" Hayes was last seen at her home at 2249 W. Twain Rd. in Anthem about 6 p.m. Martha "Martie" Hayes was last seen at her home at 2249 W. Twain Rd. in Anthem about 6 p.m.
PHOENIX (CBS5) -

Maricopa County sheriff's deputies were looking for a 66-year-old Anthem woman missing since Monday evening.

Martha "Martie" Hayes was last seen at her home at 2249 W. Twain Rd. in Anthem about 6 p.m., Deputy Joaquin Enriquez said.

Hayes has bipolar and paranoid tendencies, Enriquez said.

She is described as white, 5'6" tall, 160 pounds with white hair. She was last seen wearing a lime-green blouse, possibly light-color slacks and flip-flops.

Anyone with information about Hayes or her whereabouts are asked to call the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office, 602-876-1000.

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