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Updated: 12/07/2012 1:21 pm
TUCSON, Ariz. -- The Tucson Police Department is seeking public assistance with locating an adult female who has been reported as a missing person.

Victoria Delgado, 37, was last seen on the evening of Sept. 8 at a residence in the 2400 block of North Haskell.

Investigators with the Missing Persons Unit indicate that Delgado was last seen at approximately 9:30 p.m. and was in the company of a male known as “Dizzy” or “Drake.”

She is described as a Hispanic female, 5-foot-3, weighing approximately 110 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes.

The Tucson Police Department has made efforts to located Delgado. However, as of yet, the efforts have not been successful. As time has passed, concern for her welfare has increased because of the fact that she has not had any communication with her family, has not used her cellular telephone, and has not used her bank or credit card accounts.

Anyone having information about Delgado’s whereabouts is asked to call the Tucson Police Department Public Information Office at (520) 791-4852 or (520) 791-2639.

-- From news release


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