Longview police are asking the public to look out for a Longview woman whose family said has been missing for more than two weeks, the agency reported Thursday.
Danella L. Belden, 50, is five feet tall with light red-brown shoulder length hair, her cousin Kari Harold said Thursday. She was last seen wearing blue jeans and a tank top and may still be wearing that outfit, Harold said.
Additionally, she has a birthmark stretching from her left shoulder to her left hand, is missing some teeth, and tends to wear rings and necklaces, Harold said. She also usually wears blue-green eyeliner and thick black mascara.
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Harold said in a Facebook post that Belden has not been seen or heard from since at least Aug. 4. She said Belden was last seen July 7 with her sister and niece, and was last spoken to on July 31 via a phone call. In that conversation, she told her daughter that she was with a friend on Ostrander Road, Harold said.
Longview police Corporal Jeremy Johnson said Belden may be travelling to Montana. Anyone who sees her is encouraged to call Cowlitz 911 dispatch and report her location.
Information can also be reported to the Longview Police Department at 360-442-5800.