CCSO: Woman, 29, disappears from Flagstaff - Tucson News Now

CCSO: Woman, 29, disappears from Flagstaff

FLAGSTAFF, AZ (CBS5) -

A woman in Flagstaff who said she was going for a walk never returned and police are asking for your help in finding her.

The Coconino County Sheriff's Office said Amanda Covey, 29, disappeared on Sept. 15 after she left Hidden Hallow Trailer Park in Flagstaff.

A witness said she'd be back in two hours but she's been missing since then.

Authorities said her friends and family may live in Maryland.

Covey is described as 5'2'' tall and 220 pounds with hazel eyes and brown, mohawk-style hair. She has several tattoos including stars below her right eye, a rose on one shoulder, eyes on one shoulder and a tribal symbol on her back. She was last seen wearing a black corset top, black leather pants and riding boots.

If you have information, call Coconino County Sheriff's Office at 928-774-4523.

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