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Missing Madison County woman, Shelby Clark, found

The Madison County Sheriff's Office says Clark was reported missing by her family on Dec. 31 and found on January 2.
Credit: Madison County Sheriff's Office
Shelby Clark has been found.

MADISON COUNTY, ALABAMA, Ala. — The Madison County Sheriff's Office announced that Shelby Clark, reported missing on Dec. 31, has been found and taken to the hospital for observation.

MCSO posted this on their Facebook page:

Mrs. Shelby Clark was located in an area off Ready Section Road earlier this morning. She is in GOOD condition and was transported to Huntsville Hospital for evaluation.

Sheriff Kevin Turner stated, “I wish to personally thank the members of the Bobo Voluntary Fire Department, Chief Ronald Heard, as well as the citizen volunteers that called our office to be on our list of people that were willing to help locate Mrs. Clark. We would not be able to conduct these type of missions if it was not for the men and women who volunteer their time as firefighters in our community. I want our community to know what these folks do each and every day. I can't thank the men and women of the Madison County Sheriff’s Office enough for the outstanding work that they do for our community.” 

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The Madison County Sheriff's Office is asking for your help to find Shelby Clark, reported missing by her family on Dec. 31.

In a Facebook post, the sheriff's office said:

The Madison County Sheriff’s Office is reaching out to the public for help with the whereabouts of a missing woman. Do you know where Shelby Clark is?

MCSO investigators are looking for her whereabouts after her family reported her missing yesterday.

Anyone that may have seen her or know her current whereabouts is urged to contact [us] ASAP at (256) 532-3416.

MCSO investigators received information that Ms. Shelby Clark was possibly seen at approximately 5:00 a.m. on January 1 walking in the area of Bethel Road & Hwy 251. If anyone has seen or heard from Shelby Clark or has information about her possible sighting please contact MCSO at (256)532-3416.

Credit: Madison County Sheriff's Office
The Madison County Sheriff's Office is asking for your help to find Shelby Clark.

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