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Benita Woody Was Last Seen In Her Vehicle On August 5, 2020
Yesterday (September 5) marked one month since Benita Woody went missing. Like many of the other cases on OBG, there isn’t much known about the circumstances surrounding Benita’s disappearance. Her loved ones have continued to share their pleas for her return on social media, so I’ve included a few of their posts in this article.
The last time anyone saw Benita Woody was on August 5, 2020, in McKinney, Texas. The 42-year-old was seen in her gray 2007 GMC Yukon, but information regarding where she may have been coming from or going is unknown. It’s reported that Benita’s vehicle has a distinctive decal on the lower-left corner of the rear window that is said to be writing of some sort. The license plate of her car is NCG7275.
On Facebook, Benita’s sister, Ju-Wanda Woody, wrote “It’s been a month and my sister have not been found. God Please! Send your Help to me and my family!!! God we need you now!!!😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢. Please Share!!!!!”
Tiffany Woody, Benita’s other sister, added, “Please Share!!! Details about my sister Benita Woody! Please continue to pray for her safe return. Pray for her children, my Dad and siblings!!!!Thank you!!!”
At the time of her disappearance, Benita Woody stood 5 feet 6 inches tall and 170-185 pounds. She had short dark brown hair and brown eyes. She’s known to wear wigs. There isn’t any other information regarding distinguishing marks, tattoos, or piercings. Her middle name is “Tamake.”
Anyone with information is urged to contact the McKinney Police Department at (972) 547-2700 or their local authorities.
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