H T-N: Authorities search for missing Flat Rock woman

From Hendersonville Times-News:

Henderson County authorities are seeking the public’s help in finding a Flat Rock woman who hasn’t been seen since she walked away from her home Jan. 1.

Tana Wynette Burgess, 40, left on foot from her residence in Flat Rock en route to a women’s center in Hendersonville, but deputies say she never made it and has not been seen since that date, according to a release from the Henderson County Sheriff’s Office.

Burgess is African American, weighs about 246 pounds, stands at 5-feet-9-inches tall and has curly, blonde hair. She was last seen wearing a white jacket with multi-colored words on it, black leggings, dark pink Nike shoes and a gray in color ball cap with the word “Miami” emblazoned on it in pink, according to the release.

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