Dearborn News

    Dearborn Woman Missing after leaving home to volunteer at Detroit shelter.

    The Dearborn Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in locating Rebecca Ann Thornhill. Rebecca voluntarily left her residence in the early morning hours of March 10, 2018 leaving behind her cellphone and prescribed medications. The family is concerned for Thornhill’s welfare as she is not in possession of her prescribed medications.
    Thornhill is described as a white female, she is 27 years-old, 4’11” and weighs approximately 115 lbs. Thornhill has brown shoulder length hair and brown eyes. Thornhill is in possession of her 2012 Ford Escape, blue in color with a rainbow colored moose sticker and a Bernie Sanders sticker in the rear window. The blue Escape’s Michigan license plate is DDF-3492
    The family believes Thornhill may have left to volunteer at an unknown shelter in the City of
    Detroit. Anyone with information about Rebecca Thornhill is asked to please contact the Dearborn
    Police Department at 313-943-2241.
    Dearborn Police Chief Ronald Haddad stated, “The safety of Mrs. Thornhill is our greatest
    concern at this point. Please help us find her, so we can see that she gets the medical attention she
    According to “LEIN”– The Law Enforcement Information Network, in Michigan, there are more than 4,000 missing people reported in Michigan, and roughly half are women. Wayne County tops the list by with over 3,300 missing persons while Oakland County has the second highest missing persons total at 166.


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