The effort to find a woman who was last reportedly seen in Monroe on or around July 6, has been intensifying.
It’s not unusual for Tammy Kay Biddle, 45, to disappear for a few days at a time, but her family reported her missing when they hadn’t heard from her in more than a week, said Richfield City Police Chief Trent Lloyd.
Since July 19, police have been working to find Biddle or someone who has seen her.
“It’s not normal for her to be gone this long and people are starting to worry,” Lloyd said. He said officers in his department have been tracking down every lead they can find for a clue as to her whereabouts, but have yet to find her.
“As an adult she has the right to disappear if she wants, but there are too many red flags,” Lloyd said.
He said usually Biddle lets her family know where she is.
“At this point we just want some kind of contact from her so we know she’s alright,” Lloyd said.
Anyone with information about Biddle or her whereabouts is asked to call the Richfield City Police at (435) 896-8484 or the Richfield Communications Center public safety dispatch at (435) 896-6471.