Find Missing Lynette McCollum!

Missing Middle-Aged Woman, Mysterious Disappearance

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Find Missing Lynette McCollum!

Find Missing Lynette McCollum!

Find Missing Lynette McCollum!
She is missing from home in the morning.
Is she voluntarily missing?
At her disappearance it has been said
That she may be suicidal.
Now Lynette has been missing for almost five months.
What could have happened to her?

Find Missing Lynette McCollum!

Find Missing Lynette McCollum! Lynette is missing from home. Reportedly, she was last seen between 9:30 P.M. to 10:00 P.M. on June 15, 2017. She was last seen at her home on Love Lane in Sedalia, Kentucky. This was located in Graves County. Later that day, she was reported missing. Lynette is originally from Michigan. The Graves County Sheriffs Office (Kentucky) is handling her case. They are again requesting public assistance in locating Lynette McCollum.

Find Missing Lynette McCollum!

The Sheriff’s Office is still trying to locate Lynette McCollum. They also want to question anyone who may have had contact with her on or after June 15th. Reportedly, both law enforcement and family members have conducted an extensive ground and air search near Lynette’s home. Deputies have also spoken with several individuals and followed up on leads as to the whereabouts of McCollum. But nothing has materialized. McCollum has no criminal charges pending against her over her disappearance. Her family is concerned for her welfare as she was reported to possibly be suicidal when she went missing.

Lynette McCollum is a Caucasian female. She is 53 years of age. Lynette is described as 5’11” tall, 180 pounds. She has blond hair and brown eyes. At the time she went missing she was reportedly wearing a white tank top and shorts. MmCollum is originally from Michigan. It is believed that she may be back in that area.

Find Missing Lynette McCollum!
How We Can Help

Not much seems to be known about Lynette’s home or family life. But she is loved and missed by someone (s). It is said that she may be suicidal at the time of her disappearance. With this passage of time, five months, she may still be alive. The best possible scenario would be is that she is living as a homeless person and is willing to come home. But she is missing and her whereabouts are a mystery. Someone (s) knows something that can help find her. Is that you? Do you have any information concerning the whereabouts of Lynette McCollum? Someone (s) can give her family the gift of answers.

Find Missing Lynette McCollum!
Contact Information

Have information on Lynette’s whereabouts? Seen her? If you have info, please contact Graves County Sheriff’s Office at (270) 247-4501 or call 9-1-1. Police state that McCollum is not in any legal trouble; her family would just like to know she is okay. Callers to the Sheriff’s Office may ask to speak with Detective Steve Halsell or Captain Jeremy Prince as they are the case officers for this particular case.

This is a press release confirming Lynette’s disappearance. Click here to read the article.

The information source for this page is the Graves County Sheriff’s Office via their Facebook page.

The top image and additional information are courtesy of Our Missing Hearts, Inc..

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