DATE: January 5, 2021               

CONTACT: Diane Richardson

Media Relations Office

(301) 609-6557 or (240) 682-1658

Charles County Sheriff’s detectives are asking for the public’s help in locating Rebecca Teresa Franch, 22, who left a location where she was residing in Waldorf on January 4 at about 8 p.m. and has not returned. According to family members, Franch may be harmful to herself. Family and doctors are concerned for her safety and well-being. Franch is 5’5”, weighs approximately 135 pounds and has brown hair. She does not have a vehicle, a cell phone or her wallet. It is unknown what type of clothing she is wearing. Anyone with information about Franch’s whereabouts is asked to call Detective R. McMullen at 301-609-6515 or 301-932-2222. The investigation is ongoing.

Missing Person: Rebecca Franch

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