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Authorities seek clues in NC woman's disappearance

BELMONT (AP) — Police in Belmont are looking for clues in the disappearance of a Walmart employee who was last seen driving away from the store more than two weeks ago.
The Gaston Gazette reports that Liz Stonger was last seen driving her burgundy Chevrolet Lumina away from the Walmart parking lot in Belmont.
Authorities say the 27-year-old woman left the store for lunch on Oct. 14, waved to some people and drove away from the store alone. Her family hasn’t had any communication with her since.
On the evening she disappeared, her cell phone was used in McDowell County. Since then, there’s been no activity on the phone.
Belmont Police Chief Charlie Franklin said the department is working with authorities in McDowell County area in an effort to find Stonger.

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