UT UT - Elizibeth "Lizzy" Green, 21, was going to work on neighboring ranch but didn't arrive, Calao 17 Apr 2024

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JUAB COUNTY, Utah, April 23, 2024 (Gephardt Daily) — Juab County Sheriff officials are seeking tips from the public after a woman said she was headed to a neighboring ranch to work, and has not been seen since.

Elizibeth Green, who goes by Lizzy, was last seen on Wednesday of last week, April 17. Officials say she never arrived at the ranch she said she was headed for.

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**Error in location in title. Should be Callao, not Calico.
 
Still missing. Her family is quoted by LE as saying that she has MH issues and has left before, but has always returned in a day or two.


CALLAO, Utah (KUTV) — A Utah woman reported missing more than a month ago was last seen in an "extremely rural" community in the west desert of Juab County.

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According to Simmons (her mother,) Elizibeth, who is 21, was last seen in Callao, Utah — a community with a handful of homes and ranches. Simmons said Elizibeth was last seen walking to a nearby ranch where she was starting a new job.

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According to a search warrant filed by the Juab County Sheriff's Office for access to Elizibeth's communication devices and associated social media accounts, the Juab County Search and Rescue team dispatched to the area on April 18 to begin looking for Elizibeth.

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"Based on the information that we have received, we are concerned about the possibility that Elizibeth is in danger of serious bodily injury or death," the warrant states. "It is unknown if Elizibeth is in danger and lost in the vast desert, or if someone that she was communicating with met with her and is holding her against her will."

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(See the article for more details.)

(Following FB post is by the author of the article, a reporter with KUTV)

(Her name is spelled incorrectly in the title to this thread. It should be "Elizibeth.")
 
“Based on the information that we have received, we are concerned about the possibility that Elizibeth is in danger of serious bodily injury or death,” police said in the warrant obtained by KUTV. “It is unknown if Elizibeth is in danger and lost in the vast desert, or if someone that she was communicating with met with her and is holding her against her will.”
 

JUAB COUNTY, Utah, May 23, 2024 (Gephardt Daily) — A missing Juab County woman’s case has picked up new media attention as the search has gone beyond a month.

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In the last 24 hours, People magazine and the New York Post have run stories on Green. Her mother, Vanessa Simmons, has been seeking help and sharing info on her Facebook page, even posting her phone number at one point. Friends have responded by sharing the case online throughout Utah and even as far away as Boston and Alabama.

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Simmons shared additional details about her daughter, such as she was walking to work at her new job at nearby Parker Ranch when she disappeared. Green has a mole on her left cheek, sometimes wears glasses, and her eyes can be hazel as well as green, changing colors with contacts “depending on what she’s wearing,” says her mother. As she said yesterday, “If anybody knows anything, please reach out.”
 
Elizabeth Green, 21, went missing in Juab County, Utah last month, according to the sheriff’s office. Officials say the location she vanished in is “three hours” from any major city.
Female rancher, 21, disappears on way to rural job

Authorities were told by people close to Elizabeth that she suffers from mental health issues and has previously run away.

The young woman went missing last month, and a search and rescue team was dispatched to search the area she was spotted in on April 18.
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'This area of our county is approximately three hours away from any major cities and requires travel on dirty roads,' it states.

'SAR searched the area between her home and the ranch she was going to work at.

'They also searched in a grid pattern around the area. They were unable to locate Elizabeth or anything to determine where she could have gone.'
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Juab County Sheriff's Office examined the ranch where Elizabeth was set to work before she disappeared.

Her family told investigators that she would always return home and communicate within a day.
Female rancher, 21, vanishes while walking to new job in Utah
 

Newsweek -- interview with her mother -- May 29 2024
New info in here about her wanting to move to Omaha and that PINs on her money apps were changed in the morning. I'm feeling a little hopeful that this is a 21 year old trying to break away and maybe didn't know the right way to go about it. Fingers crossed she is ok and will find a way to let them know!
 

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