BPD seek missing girl
Thanksgiving just won’t be the same for one Brundidge woman today.
After her daughter went missing last week, Jaqueline Bundy is just hoping she’ll find her way home for the holidays.
“I just want her to come home and have a good Thanksgiving,” Bundy said.
Donna Marie Boswell, 19, of Brundidge, was reported missing last Sunday by her mother, though no one has seen or heard from her since Nov. 19, said Brundidge Police Chief Moses Davenport.
Boswell’s mother, Jaqueline Bundy, of Brundidge, filed the report after her daughter told a friend she was heading to Dothan on foot last Wednesday.
“She was last heard from indirectly though a friend of mine down in Elba,” Bundy said. “The friend told me she was heading down to Dothan.”
Bundy said her daughter is 5’5, weighing between 325 and 330 pounds, has short brown hair and brown eyes.
Her clothing description is unknown.
If anyone spots someone matching these descriptions, they should contact the Brundidge Police Department at (334) 735-3333 or call Bundy at (334) 672-8312.