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Family putting up posters of missing Paso Robles woman 

Nancy Woodrum has been missing since early May

–Paso Robles resident Nancy Woodrum has not been seen or heard from since early this May, and now her family is putting up missing person posters, in hopes someone might have answers. The San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office continues their investigation and search for the 62-year-old woman, and urge members of the public to help keep an eye out or share any information leading to the finding of Nancy.

Nancy Woodrum

Posters of Nancy have been placed in and around Paso Robles, Creston, Atascadero, in markets, the fire department, and bulletin boards across the small communities in the North County. Members of the public who want to help the family find Nancy suggested that people may help by printing out and circulating missing posters or organizing search parties. Local residents are sharing her picture across different Facebook groups, and social media platforms, in hopes that someone will have answers to where she went, how, and why. This case is still active and open with numerous detectives working on it

Nancy Woodrum’s rural Paso Robles residence has been returned to on three separate occasions by the SLO sheriffs and detectives on the case, utilizing ground crews, K-9 officers, and a CHP helicopter. Nancy’s disappearance has left many local residents with questions and rumors, wanting updates, and worrying for the safety of residents in her area. What are the suspicious circumstances her family claims she disappeared under? Investigators have to stay tight-lipped on the subject because it is still a very active and open case, fearing that leaking vital information may not help them reach their goal. Updates on the case will be posted as received.

Nancy Woodrum is described as a White female adult, 5′ 08″ tall, 145 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. Nancy was last seen by neighbors, on the afternoon of Friday, May 4. The family reported her missing Saturday, May 5, and ask that anyone with video footage from homes surveillance or game cameras from Friday night until Saturday morning, please help and submit it to the Sheriff’s Office Detective Division, and if you have any information on her whereabouts you are asked to contact the Sheriff’s Office at (805) 781-4550.



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