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Missing woman found

Published 7:27am Thursday, December 20, 2012

FRANKLIN–A 30-year-old woman missing since Dec. 13 was found at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday at Farm Fresh in Suffolk, Franklin police said.

Loretta Twiddy of Hunterdale reported her niece, Lisa Cash, missing on Monday after she failed to show for a Saturday visitation with her 2-year-old daughter. Twiddy has custody of the toddler.

Franklin police issued bulletin and noted that Cash may have been with her boyfriend, Chad Ray Bradshaw. Police provided his license plate number to authorities in other communities.

Suffolk police found Bradshaw’s car in the Farm Fresh parking lot.

“They went in and verified it was her,” said Franklin Police Lt. Tim Whitt.

 

 

 

 

 

  • lovemy2

    She didn’t make those comments on here fb page someone else was logged into her page!!

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    • gd12620

      I’m talking about the one where she says she’s sorry for making her family worry.

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  • FromHere

    And, since I am the “questioner”, I wouldn’t have asked had the answer already been in the article. Sometimes the info on many events is very vague. Then, after people comment, it gets changed.

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  • gd12620

    Anyone can go looks at her Facebook and see the post she made…… She was not missing

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  • Bex1984

    Glad she was found and is ok.

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  • FromHere

    So, where was she?

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    • employee2

      “So, where was she? ” Suffolk police found Bradshaw’s car in the Farm Fresh parking lot.

      “They went in and verified it was her,” said Franklin Police Lt. Tim Whitt.

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      • workingtodamill

        @employee2. when they 1st posted the story this morning it did not say where she was found.

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      • employee2

        Thanks I obviously did not know that. It made me wonder about the questioner.

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      • workingtodamill

        sometimes it’s better to ask than assume.

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