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Missing woman sought after car found burned

AUBURN, AL (WSFA) -

The Auburn Police Department is looking for a missing woman and wants the public's help in locating her. Tuesday, October 11 a report was filed regarding the disappearance of Cherri N. Dawson, 31. Dawson is an Auburn resident.

She was last seen or heard from on Saturday, October 8. A vehicle she is believed to have been driving recently was found burned early the next day (Sunday) in Chambers County.

Dawson is described as an African-American female, approximately 5'04" in height, 140 pounds, with dark hair and hazel eyes.

WTVM-TV in Columbus, Georgia is reporting that Dawson is 5 months pregnant.
CLICK HERE to view their report on this story.

The case is being investigated by both the Auburn Police Division and the Chambers County Sheriff's Office.

Anyone with information as to the whereabouts of Dawson is asked to contact the Auburn Police Division at (334) 501-3140 or anonymously by voice or text on the tip line at (334) 246-1391.

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