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Royal Oak Police Searching for Holly Kay Towery, Phone and Vehicle Found

Royal Oak Police Searching for Holly Kay Towery, Phone and Vehicle Found

(Royal Oak Police, June 14, 2018)

Royal Oak, Pontiac, MI – Royal Oak police are investigating the disappearance of a 32-year-old Royal Oak woman. At 1:30 a.m. on June 13, 2018, the boyfriend of Holly Kay Towery contacted police to report she had not returned from running an errand to Hollywood Market earlier that evening. Multiple calls and texts to her cell phone had gone unanswered.

During the preliminary investigation a handgun was reported missing from the home and her cell phone’s last location was reported to be in the area of 12 Mile and Stephenson prior to being turned off.

As detectives continued their investigation, her cell phone was located in the area of Giddings Road and Walton Road in the city of Pontiac.

Investigators are working with Holly’s family and boyfriend to locate her. Holly was last seen driving a gray 2003 Dodge Durango, Michigan license plate DBZ 6021. She was wearing a light blue or teal colored hooded sweatshirt, jean shorts, and carrying a maroon colored purse. She is described as 5’9” tall, 126 lbs., with blonde hair, glasses, and originally from Clio, Michigan

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Royal Oak Police, Criminal Investigation Division Lieutenant Keith Spencer at 248-246-3456 or Detective Tim Wood at 248-246-3519.

UPDATE: WXYZ reports that Holly’s vehicle has been found in Rochester Hills.

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