MISSING PERSON: Northwest Arkansas authorities search for a woman who disappeared Sunday | KY3

BENTONVILLE, Ark. — Bentonville police are looking for Anne Carroll Dwinell. She’s described as 5’7″ 130 pounds with red hair and brown eyes.

Her husband says Anne went out with friends after work in the downtown Bentonville area Saturday night. He last heard from her around 4:15 a.m. on Sunday. He says Anne called him when she was about 10 minutes from home, but never showed up. Police haven’t found her blue, 2012 Ford Focus.

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AR – Son Of Missing Woman Says His Mother’s Car Matches One Found At Springdale Hospital | 5newsonline

SPRINGDALE (KFSM) – Springdale police are investigating a body found inside a car at a Springdale hospital on Wednesday (Sept. 13), but the son of a missing woman has posted on Facebook about that body.

Quenton Nichols, the son of missing woman Christy Nichols, posted on Facebook saying police told him officers had found his mother’s car in the Northwest Medical Center parking lot with a woman matching his mother’s description inside.

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AR – Bentonville Police Join Seach for Missing Woman – nwahomepage.com

BENTONVILLE, Ark. — The Bentonville Police Department joined forces with the Noel, Missouri Police Department to take part in the search for a missing woman as of Aug. 31.

Christy Nichols was reported missing to the Noel Marshal’s Office Aug. 6, though her last confirmed sighting was the same day at the Catalyst Church in Bentonville.

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Benton County, AR Sheriff’s Office Assigns Task Force To 8-Year-Old Missing Child Case of April Andrews | 5NEWSOnline.com

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BENTONVILLE (KFSM)- The Benton County Sheriff’s Office has assigned a special task force to the eight-year-old April Andrews missing person’s case.

Sheriff Kelley Cradduck formed the task force hoping it will bring a new perspective and fresh eyes to the case, according to the Sheriff’s Office. The detectives have started from the beginning, examining old reports and re-interviewing witnesses, to find any element that may have been previously missed. They will also be taking innovative approaches to try to solve the case.

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