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Two Coos County women disappear mysteriously

Two Coos County women disappear mysteriously
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Does anyone else find this chilling? Two women, each living alone have gone missing in the space of two months. Glenda Campbell, 59, disappeared November 6 and now Holly Berry, 34 has been officially declared a missing person by Coos Bay Police.

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2 Responses to "Two Coos County women disappear mysteriously"

  1. susanp  January 7, 2013 at 5:32 PM

    I said the same to my spouse yesterday. Both in the Empire area. Both out for a walk when they disappeared.

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  2. Pig Nuts  January 8, 2013 at 1:42 PM

    Police say these are unrelated. I am a bit more skeptical. They both lived in apartments. It would not hurt to investigate if there happens to be a common service related contractor used, such as a landscape maintenance company etc… There have been several incidents of assaults on women on the trails around Empire Lakes. Often go unreported by the paper.

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