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Silver Alert issued for Indiana woman

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Vonda D. Fivecoat (Source: Columbus Police Department) Vonda D. Fivecoat (Source: Columbus Police Department)

COLUMBUS, IN (WAVE) – A statewide Silver Alert has been issued in Indiana.

According to the Columbus Police Department, Vonda D. Fivecoat, 57, was last seen at 7 p.m. on Thursday December 20 in Columbus, Indiana and is believed to be in danger.

Fivecoat is believed to be driving a white 2000, Oldsmobile Bravade SUV with Indiana license plate number SJV889.

She is described as 5'2'' tall, weighing 95 pounds and having blond hair and blue eyes.

Police said Fivecoat may be disoriented and in need of medical attention.


If you have any information on Vonda D. Fivecoat, contact the Columbus Police Department by calling 812-379-1689.

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