PHOENIX – Police are asking for the public’s help locating a missing woman.
Regina Lynn Bowling, 52, was last seen Sunday in the area of East Union Hills Drive and North 47th Street. She is described as white, 4-feet-11-inches tall and 90 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. She is missing her teeth.
Bowling was wearing a purple shirt with a Superwoman logo or a pink shirt with an unknown pattern, blue jeans, and gray tennis shoes. She was carrying a small black purse.
According to Phoenix police, Bowling’s mental capacity is that of a 10-year-old and it is believed she got lost while taking her daily walk. Phoenix Police Sgt. Tommy Thompson said she has gone missing in the past and was found at a Walmart.
Anyone with information regarding this case is asked to contact the Phoenix Police Department Missing Persons Unit at (602) 534-2121 or email@example.com. The after-hours number is (602) 262-6141.
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