Betty Alexander Missing – What happened to Missouri woman, Betty Alexander

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Betty Alexander, Missouri woman missing for over 2 years.

Betty Alexander, a 69 year-old Caucasian female was diagnosed of stage 1 dementia which has made her disappearance very worrying as she could be in danger of memory loss if she isn’t taking her medications.

The 69 year-old who lives alone was reported missing by her daughter on April, 2019. Tonya Miller, Betty’s daughter said she usually goes to pickup her mother on Fridays and have her stay over at hers’ till Saturday.

Miller said she had last seen her mother April 6th when she dropped her off back at her home on Center Street. She said her mother has someone who cleans on Mondays, and it was confirmed Betty was home on Monday when the cleaner left.

However, Meals on Wheels usually delivers food to Betty on Friday confirmed she wasn’t there when they got in for the delivery and they met the door was ajar. They just went in and sat the food down and left, careful to leave the door ajar as they found it.

Miller on April 14, 2019 after trying to call her mother on the phone but couldn’t get to her, found it unusual and left with her brother to Betty’s apartment. They met her absence although the door was now locked. Miller said she found the house a bit odd as the food delivered was still there Betty’s glasses, purse, keys, and medication was all there. She had laid a set of clothes sitting out on the bed.

A search began for the 69 year-old since April 2019. There has been foot search, dogs where used as well as drones but there was no sign of Betty.

Betty is described as a White female who is 5’0″ feet tall and weighs 145 pounds. She has brown hair and blue eyes. She was reportedly wearing black, slip-on close-toed shoes and a black fleece jacket.

Miller, and other members of her family are asking for the help of anyone who might know something to come forward as they seeks answers on what happened to her.

Anyone with information that can help solve this case and bring Betty back home contact Detective Finn at the Sullivan Police Department at (573) 468-8001 or call MCP Investigations & Security, Private Investigator John Mackey at (888) 511-0498. You may also call the WE HELP THE MISSING TIP LINE at (866) 660-4025. Your tips may remain anonymous.