[ISN] Local woman missing

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Date: Mon Jan 20 2003 - 22:48:12 PST

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    about information security in this article, please take a look at 
    picture in the above URL and if you know anything please call the 
    detective at the number below.  - WK]
    By Coloradoan staff
    January 20, 2003 
    Fort Collins police are seeking information on the whereabouts of a
    college student missing since early Saturday morning.
    Lacy Miller, 20, a sophomore at the University of Northern Colorado,
    was last seen at 1:30 a.m. Saturday when she dropped off a girlfriend
    at the friend's apartment in Fort Collins. Her friend saw Miller drive
    off alone.
    Miller, who lives with her family in Fort Collins, was reported
    missing by her parents when they didn't see her at 6:30 a.m. the same
    About 200 people distributed 1,000 leaflets across town on Sunday in
    an effort to find her.
    Miller is 5 feet, 6 inches tall and weighs 130 pounds. She has
    straight, shoulder-length brown hair and blue eyes. She was last seen
    wearing a black short-sleeved T-shirt, a white-hooded terrycloth
    jacket, faded blue jeans and black shoes.
    Miller's car, which police only described as black, was found locked
    and parked on the street a few houses down from her parents' home in
    Brumbaugh Court in southwest Fort Collins. Police impounded the
    vehicle. No evidence of suspicious activity or foul play was found. A
    relative told KUNC-TV, Channel 4, on Sunday that Miller only parked
    her car in the driveway or in the garage.
    "While there is no evidence of foul play, this behavior is so
    uncharacteristic of her behavior that her parents and Fort Collins
    police felt it was necessary to get information out to the public in
    case anyone had any information on her whereabouts," police
    spokeswoman Rita Davis said.
    Her parents have been unable to reach her on her cell phone, and Davis
    said police believe the phone is either turned off or the battery is
    dead. Miller did not report to her job at Jim's Wings, 1205 W.  
    Elizabeth St., on Saturday evening.
    Police were out with search and rescue dogs on Sunday, Davis said, but
    the dogs were unable to find Miller's scent. Police have been
    interviewing her family and friends and will continue those
    Anyone with information about Miller is asked to call Detective Marc
    Neal at (970) 221-6895.
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