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Brandy Molatore 1
Brandy Molatore 1
*UPDATE* Douglas County SAR Looking for Missing Woman (Photo) - 07/10/18

***UPDATE 07/10/18 10:00 am***

Brandy Rose Molatore has been located alive. A rescue operation is currently in progress. No additional resources are needed at this time. A more detailed update will be sent at a later time. 

***END UPDATE***

***ORIGINAL RELAESE

IDLEYLD PARK, Ore. - Deputies and Search and Rescue volunteers are actively searching for a Roseburg woman who was walking the North Umpqua Trail. 

43 year-old Brandy Rose Molatore (AKA Nelson) was last heard from on Sunday, July 1, 2018. She was reportedly 38 miles from her destination of Swift Water Park, but never arrived.She was reported missing to the Sheriff's Office on Thursday evening. 

The Sheriff's Office is asking anyone with information to share that with searchers by calling 541-440-4471.

"Someone out there who may have been traveling through the same area could have information which would lead searchers to find Ms. Molatore. We would ask they reach out, even if they are unsure if it was her," said Sgt. Brad O'Dell

Attached Media Files: Brandy Molatore 1 , Brandy Molatore 2
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