Family seeks help finding missing relative, offers reward

Below is a press release we received about a local missing person who was last seen on Lincoln Street in Greensboro.

 Contacts (Family Members):
> Nagatha Dixon-Tonkins 336 601 2617
> Shayne Suffern 336 228 9680
> Detective Mark Yancy 516-4664 (Burlington Police Dept.)
> “Reward offered for information on Missing Woman-Ruzie Suggs”
> The family of 90-year-old Ruzie Dixon Suggs is offering a two- 
> thousand dollar reward for any pertinent information that leads to 
> her safe return.
> Mrs. Suggs of Burlington was reported missing Monday after family 
> members could not reach her Sunday and Monday. Her nephew and 
> niece, Shayne and Rochelle Suffern went to her Burlington home and 
> discovered she had not returned and both her car and nine-year–old 
> brown poodle were also missing. Burlington police issued a silver 
> alert Monday. Mrs. Suggs was last seen Saturday afternoon when she 
> dropped off a friend on Lincoln Street in Greensboro.
> Police have also expanded their search of Mrs. Suggs to South 
> Boston, Virginia and Clarksville, Virginia saying her cell phone 
> records show calls were attempted from those areas. Mrs. Suggs is 
> driving a 2005 white Cadillac Deville with personalized tags that 
> say ‘Ruzie1’.
> “We are praying that this reward will encourage more people to get 
> involved in the search for our aunt, and that someone will provide 
> her with some assistance to get her safely home. We miss her and 
> want her back with us as soon as possible,” says Shayne Suffern, her 
> nephew.

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