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The Memphis Police Department has opened a missing person case for a local woman reportedly last heard from on Friday afternoon
Alicia A. Miller, 32, of Memphis was officially reported missing to the Memphis Police Department on Monday morning, April 13th.
According to investigators, the woman, who also goes by the name Alicia Dugger, had travelled to the Kansas City area with a Memphis man. A third party had dropped the couple off at a McDonald’s in Kansas City. Miller’s male companion had contact with family members in Memphis on Friday and indicated that he and Miller had an argument and parted ways on Friday morning and he hadn’t seen her since.
Miller is five feet, six inches tall and weighs approximately 160 pounds.
Investigators indicated they have reason to believe that neither Miller or her male companion are in possession of their cellular phones. They have not been able to make contact with either individual. The MPD stated that no missing person report has been filed for Miller’s companion, who reportedly has had contact with family members and had indicated his cellular phone had been stolen.
The Memphis Police department is working in conjunction with the Missing Persons Unit for the Kansas City Police Department to try to locate Miller.
Anyone with any information on her whereabouts is asked to contact the MPD at 660-465-2612.
A missing person report has been filed for Alicia A. Miller, also known as Alicia Dugger, age 32, of Memphis. She was last heard from on Friday April 10th when she allegedly travelled to the Kansas City area.