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Update: Missing Leesburg Woman Found

Christina Monroe, 35, has been missing from the Leesburg area since Tuesday, July 24.

Update [Friday, July 27, 1 p.m.]: Christina Monroe, 35, who was reported missing from the Leesburg area earlier this week, has been located by Leesburg Police detectives. She is no longer considered missing.     

The department wishes to thank the public for any input the department received as Monroe’s whereabouts was investigated.

Orignial Post: Christina Monroe, 35, has been reported missing from the Leesburg area, according to the Leesburg Police Department. Her family reported her missing earlier Wednesday and she has not been seen since the morning of July 24.    

Monroe told her family she was going into Leesburg to look for a job and no one has heard from her since. Monroe is a diabetic and left all of her medications at her residence. 

According to a press release, Monroe may have taken the Loudoun Transit shuttle from the area of Gateway Drive in Leesburg with a possible destination of downtown Leesburg.  

Monroe is a white female, age 35, 5-foot-9 and approximately 200 pounds. It is not known what she was wearing when she left the residence.

If anyone knows the whereabouts of Christina Monroe or has information as to where she is, please contact Detective Hackney at 703-771-4515 or at mhackney@leesburgva.gov . 

Those wishing to remain anonymous can call 703-443-TIPS (703-443-8477)

LeRoy Flanders Hughes July 26, 2012 at 01:07 AM
Just emailed article to Good Shepherd Alliance/Thrift Stores asking them to pass long to customers/employees, and volunteers since they help homeless and may have seen her. Also printed article and received permission to temporarily post article with picture in window of Sunoco on East Market Street in Leesburg. Due to their high customer traffic, there is an increased chance someone will have seen her. Hope it helps.

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