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Lawton Woman Missing from Home

LAWTON Okla_ Police said a Lawton woman has gone missing from her home.

75-year-old Othella Brown was last seen Monday night around 9:00 PM. She is a black female, 5'2" tall, and weighs about 150 lbs. She has brown hair and brown eyes. Police said they do not know what she was wearing at the time of her disappearance.

They said she suffers from, and takes medication for, hypertension and vertigo. They said she does not drive, and her purse and keys were left inside the home.

If you have any information on Othella Brown's whereabouts, please contact Lawton Police Department at 580-581-3270.

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