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October 7, 5:19pm

Police In Tallassee Looking For Missing Woman

Police in Tallassee hope you can help them find a woman who has been missing for several days.

27-year-old Sara Chambliss was last seen on Sunday, driving a red 1983 Chevy Cavalier. Police believe she may have been with a man. If you have any information, call the Tallassee Police Department at 334-283-4481.

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