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Additional Help In Search for Fluvanna Woman

Additional Help In Search for Fluvanna Woman

Photo: WINA

Local authorities are getting help in the search for a missing woman. Janet Renee Field (pictured) was last seen by her husband when she left their Fluvanna County home on July 2nd. Lt. David Wells of the Fluvanna Sheriff’s Office says only one person has called since Field went missing. The organization known as Help Save the Next Girl is circulating a missing person poster online. “It’s important that she’s not forgotten,” says the group’s Kenny Jarels. Lieutenant Wells agrees, saying he hopes social media exposure will start bringing in more calls. “The more her picture and information is out there, the better off we are.” Jarels tells WINA News that Help Save the Next Girl will have a booth at the upcoming Albemarle County Fair where fliers will be circulated on Janet Renee Field, Barbara Santiago and four other missing Virginians. The Albemarle Sheriff’s Office ended the ground search for Santiago Wednesday when no physical evidence could be found on Carter Mountain where she was last seen.

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