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Charleston deputies searching for missing woman

LINCOLNVILLE, SC (WCSC) -

Charleston deputies are searching for a Lincolnville woman reported missing Monday.

Angela Robin Hamby, 57, was reported missing by her husband.

She is five feet tall, weighs approximately 150 pounds, has red and brown hair and hazel eyes. Deputies say she may be driving a gray 2007 Ford Fusion with SC plate KXM-321.

According to Charleston County Sheriff's Office officials, Hamby may be in Columbia or Charlotte. 

Anyone with information on Hamby's whereabouts is asked to call Detective M. Sharpe at (843) 740-3104, Detective M. Downing at (843) 308-7306 or Charleston County Consolidated Dispatch at (843) 743-7200.

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