Calvert County Sheriff’s Office via Facebook
The Calvert County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s assistance in locating a missing woman from Chesapeake Beach, MD.
Roberta Duran was last seen Friday, Nov. 29, 2019, in the area of Washington Hospital Center in Washington D.C. Duran, age 60, is described as 5 feet 2 inches tall, weighing 100 pounds with gray and blonde shoulder-length hair. The last outfit she was in is unknown at this time. Duran is disabled in her left arm and may be suffering from memory issues.
If you have seen Duran, or have any information regarding her whereabouts, please call the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office at (410) 535-2800.
***A photo of Duran has not been provided but will be published as soon as it becomes available. **
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