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Update March 27, 2018: Flagstaff, AZ – The Attempt to Locate for the two women who were reported as missing persons by their families Carin Lamprakes and Kim McGowan has been cancelled. An Arizona Department of Public Safety Trooper came in contact with the two women in the greater Phoenix area. Nothing was found to be suspicious or to lead officers to believe they were endangered. The families of the women have been notified. The women have asked that their privacy be respected. Thank you to the public for your assistance in attempting to locate these women so that their welfare could be confirmed. They are no longer listed as missing persons.
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For Immediate Release Contact: Jon Paxton Date: March 24, 2018 Phone: (928) 226-5089SUBJECT: Coconino County S.O. is attempting to locate a missing endangered 51 year old femaleFlagstaff AZ, On March 22nd, the Coconino County Sheriffs Office received a missing persons report on Carin Lamprakes, who reportedly was camping around the flagstaff area. Coconino County Sheriff's Detectives have now released a Missing Persons Flyer (See attached)Lamprakes was reported missing by her sister on March 22nd, 2018. It is believed she is camping in her vehicle a 2007 Chrysler Pacifica 4 door SUV, white in color, with AZ plate CEF6957 some where in or around the Flagstaff area. Her sister has not heard from her for over 3 weeks.Lamprakes is camping with another individual by the name of Kim Louise McGowan. They have 2 small dogs with them. Lamprakes has ongoing medical issues which raises health issue concerns. It is possible Lamprakes may be camping in a Campground or in a wooded area around Flagstaff.We are asking for the public's help in locating Lamprakes. Please contact the Coconino County Sheriff's at (928) 774-4523 should you have any information on her whereabouts. Pictures will be made available as soon as they are obtained.