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Izard County Authorities Launch Search This Morning for Missing Mountain View Woman

Rebekah Gould of Mountain View Rebekah Gould of Mountain View

SEPTEMBER 23, 2004 - Posted at 8:35 a.m. CDT, updated at 12:01 p.m.

 

MELBOURNE, AR - Izard County authorities gathered this morning to begin a wide-scale search for a missing Mountain View woman.

Rebekah Gould, 22, was last seen Friday, September 18 after returning to her mother's home in Mountain View following a trip to Fayetteville.  Shirley Ann Gould says her daughter went to visit a friend in Izard County, and she hasn't seen or heard from her since. 

Rebekah Gould is a caucasian female, 5-feet-3 inches tall and weighing approximately 100 pounds, with brown eyes and brown hair with blonde streaks. 

Anyone with information regarding her welfare or whereabouts is strongly encouraged to contact the Izard County Sheriff's Department at 870-368-4203.

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