Hanover police search for missing woman last seen May 5

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HANOVER — The Hanover Police Department is seeking the public’s help in locating a missing/endangered woman, Michelle R.

Woodbury, who disappeared in the early hours of May 5.

Woodbury, born July 22 in the 1960s, was last observed around 1:30 a.m. at a Hanover residence.

She was wearing jeans, a white tank top, a reddish leather jacket, and high heels when she left the location on foot.

Authorities have noted that Woodbury has had prior interactions with law enforcement in Boston’s Downtown Crossing, Brockton’s DW Field, and Plymouth within the past six months.

Since her disappearance, her phone has been turned off, and she left her medications behind, increasing concerns for her wellbeing.

Known to have a history of panhandling, Woodbury may be visiting homeless encampments.

The photo provided by the police was taken on the day she vanished.

She has been entered into the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) as missing and endangered.

The Hanover Police Department urges anyone with information about Woodbury’s whereabouts or who may have seen her since she went missing to contact the Hanover PD detectives at 781-826-3231 ext. 2027.

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