Area officials seek help finding missing special-needs adult

The Jamestown Police Department seeks the public’s help in locating a vulnerable and endangered adult.

Rhea Q. Coleman, 39, Gackle, N.D., was last seen at 1:30 p.m. Friday, Police Chief David Donegan said in a press release. He said Coleman has special needs and may be harmful to herself.

When last seen, she was driving a turquoise-green 1994 Ford Ranger with North Dakota license plate GUG 497.

Donegan said the request was based on Coleman’s welfare. Anyone with information about her possible location is asked to contact the Logan County Sheriff’s Office at 701-754-2495 or the Jamestown Police Department at 701-252-2414.

(I already posted this to The Sun’s website. I’m just putting it here too to spread the word)

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3 Responses to Area officials seek help finding missing special-needs adult

  1. Blake says:

    Don’t you think that this may deserve a red-band alert on the site, instead of an “update” buried on the side?

  2. Logan C. Adams says:

    It did have the red band for several hours. Then we replaced it with the news about the Stutsman County Commission.

  3. Blake says:

    Whew. I thought for a second that a snow emergency bill was more important than this. My mistake.