Bonnie Jo Short missing – Myrtle Creek Police department seek help for Bonnie Jo Short
The police are currently investigating the missing person case of 77-year-old Myrtle Creek woman, Bonnie Jo Short, who has not been seen for over two weeks now. There is increasing concern for the missing woman, and police want to bring her back home.
According to the police, she was last seen on Saturday, November 27, 2021, at about 1:30 AM, when she left her residence. Short hasn’t been heard from since, and was known to be driving a silver 2015 Ford Escape bearing Oregon license plate 900MLJ. Police say she lastly travelled eastbound on Riverside Drive heading towards South Myrtle Road.
Bonnie Jo Short description
She is described as a white female, about 5’4” tall and weighs around 110 pounds. Bonnie has grey hair and brown eyes. Bonnie was last seen wearing blue slacks, a grey and black striped sweatshirt, black boots and a grey robe. It should be noted that Bonnie’s hair is now long and grey.
The search for Bonnie Jo Short
A strong search team has been built to ease the search for the missing woman. The team is made up of Myrtle Creek Police, who are working closely with the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office and “Douglas County Search and Rescue have been focusing the search out South Myrtle Road. As of 4:30 PM today, neither Bonnie nor her vehicle have been located.” Says the Myrtle police.
“The search for Bonnie is still active, and we are still following up on tips and leads provided by the public.” The police added.
If you have any information regarding Bonnie’s whereabouts or have seen her vehicle, please contact the Myrtle Creek Police Department immediately at 541-440-4471.
A photo of Bonnie and a photo of the type and color of car (Not an actual photo of her car) are attached with this release.