Recovered/Located NC - Brittany Nicole Lowery, 28, Lumberton, Robeson County, 9 Oct 2018

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  1. rainynights

    rainynights Well-Known Member

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    Lumberton Police Department

    Missing Person Release 12-12-2018

    The Lumberton Police Department is asking for help from the media and public. We are seeking information leading to the location of whereabouts of Ms. Brittany Nicole Lowery age 28, she is a native American who is 5’9” 130 lbs with black hair and brown eyes. She was last seen walking out of Southeastern Regional Medical Center located at 300 West 27th Street in Lumberton NC on October 9, 2018. She was last seen wearing a grey sweatshirt, grey sweatpants and Nike slides. She has multiple tattoos on her arms and chest area and is known to frequent the area around The Coliseum Inn in Fayetteville NC.

    Anyone with information as to her location is asked to call Detective Deana Locklear at the Lumberton Police Department 910-671-3845.

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    Police ask help finding missing woman | Robesonian

    Lumberton police looking for woman missing since October
     
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  2. not.a.muggle

    not.a.muggle Well-Known Member

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    Oh, Lumberton...
     
  3. Shin Masamura

    Shin Masamura Him who is without syntax cast out the 1st pronoun

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    Im having visions of a new forum, Lumbertonsleuths.com.. smh

    Brittany's old FB:Brittany Lowery
     
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    Shin Masamura Him who is without syntax cast out the 1st pronoun

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    This might be totally a reach, but im originally from DC/Maryland/Virginia area.. Im Native America 20% and Black. Most of my family looks black, alot hispanic, few native. But when we lived there we identified as Native and alot of people in that area did. When we moved, that all went away. Don't know why, but in studying Hania's case, I came across multiple people in that area that described themselves as Native, but looked nothing like it, lived a totally different life style outside of the "Pride" of being called it. Not sure if that clears this up.. but just a little insight on my experience..
     
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    Deleted - wrong thread. Sorry.
     
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    OTPTarheel2018 Well-Known Member

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    Robeson County had a large Native American population and many people are bi-racial or tri- racial.
    My college roommate was Lumbee and African-American. Most people thought she was 100% African-American.

    Reading about the Lumbee tribe is pretty interesting IMO. Possibly descendants of the Lost Colony and Native Americans.

    JMO

    Lumbee - Wikipedia
     
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    flute4peace Well-Known Member

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    That’s a very interesting link, thank you for sharing!
     
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