Missing Cochise County woman may be in Tucson area
TUCSON (KGUN9-TV) - The Pima County Sheriff’s Department needs help locating 50-year-old Rosia Marie Burke-Carmouche.
Chief Deputy Chris Nanos tells KGUN9 that She left her residence in Cochise County at 1 p.m., on August 6. She was supposed to return that evening.
Burke-Carmouche's husband spoke to her at approximately 9 p.m. last night and was told she was on her way home. She has not been heard from since.
According to her cell phone carrier, her phone was last used in the vicinity of Magee Road and First Avenue in Tucson.
Burke-Carmouche has numerous medical conditions that require medication.
Burke-Carmouche is described as an African American, 5’3” tall, 165 pounds, brown eyes, black hair (dread locks below the shoulder with yellow highlights). She was last seen wearing blue jeans and a blue shirt. She drives a 2004 gold Mitsubishi Diamante with Arizona license plate AEK6020.
Anyone with information on the location of Burke-Carmouche is urged to call 911.