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#MISSING: Lori Lee Layman, 53 - El Paso County, COLORADO (driving a gold 2002 Kia Spectra with plate 687TOY - lives out of her car)

The El Paso County Sheriff's Office is asking for assistance locating a 53-year-old woman who is missing.
EPSO released a statement Wednesday that Lori Lee Layman has not been seen since April 22. Layman has been living out of her car, a 2002 Gold Kia Spectra with license plate 687TOY.
Layman's father last heard from her on April 30. She is 5-foot-2 and about 150 pounds, according to the Sheriff's Office. Layman has been known to travel around Washington, Idaho and Colorado and may be traveling unannounced. She is also "known as having a very high-risk lifestyle," the Sheriff's Office said Wednesday.
Layman's cellphone was last pinged May 11 close to North Nevada Avenue.
Anyone with information about her whereabouts is asked to contact Det. James Vidmar by calling the El Paso County Sheriff's Office Dispatch Center at 390-5555.

[SOURCE]: http://gazette.com/epso-asks-for-help-finding-missing-woman-who-may-be-in-colorado-springs-area/article/1552633
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