HOLDEN BEACH, NC (WECT) - The search continues for a woman from Holden Beach who has been missing since Friday morning.
Judy Brown Brock, 71, has short brown hair, blue eyes, is 5-foot-2, and weighs 155 pounds.
Capt. J. Dixon with the Holden Beach Police Department said in an email Tuesday afternoon that the investigation into Brock’s disappearance is ongoing.
“The Holden Beach Police Department with continued cooperation and assistance from the Brunswick County Sheriffs Office and Ocean Isle Beach Police Department are following up on any and all leads that we have receive,” Dixon said. “We ask that anyone who has any additional information please call the Holden Beach Police Department. Any information, no matter how insignificant it may seem, could help reunite Mrs. Brock and her family.”
Brock was last seen at her residence Friday morning, and no one has had contact with her since. She was first reported missing Friday evening, and Dixon said crews have been working diligently to find her since then.
A Sliver Alert was issued for Brock Saturday on afternoon, indicating Brock was last seen on Greensboro Street in Holden Beach. The Silver Alert said Brock is believed to suffer from dementia or another form of cognitive impairment.
Searches are ongoing in Holden Beach by land, water, and air by crews from the Holden Beach Police Department, Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office, Tri-Beach Fire Department, Brunswick Search and Rescue, and NC Marine Patrol, according to Dixon.
If you have seen her or have any information, contact Detective John Duncan at the Holden Beach Police Department at 910-842-6707 or call 911.