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Police: Salisbury woman missing after out-of-town trip

Missing

Carolyn Jean Abron

A 2013 Honda Civic shown similar to the one Carolyn Jean Abron was driving when she traveled out of town. She has been missing for several days and family members have not heard from her. Submitted

By Shavonne Walker
shavonne.walker@salisburypost.com

The Salisbury Police Department is asking for the public’s help in locating a missing woman who traveled out of town several days ago but has not returned home.

Carolyn Jean Abron, 56, of 106 Hidden Creek Drive, was last seen possibly in Tennessee and was returning to Salisbury.

Family members last spoke with Abron on Tuesday and said she may be suffering from a medical illness. Police said she has no known medical conditions other than bipolar disorder.

According to her daughter, Abron has passed out while driving in the past.

Authorities say she may be traveling in a silver 2013 Honda Civic with the license plate EBM-3435.

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