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Family needs help to find missing woman

A Stone County woman has been missing for more than two weeks, and her family is asking for your help in locating her.


Haven Shelton has not been seen since the evening of June 10.


"We discovered her missing from our home on the morning of June 11," explained Jen Shelton, Haven's mother. "We believe that she left willingly, but she is a very vulnerable individual. She has significant psychiatric issues, as well as medical issues (seizures) for which she needs medication twice daily. She took no medication, no identification, and no debit card or significant amount of cash. We are very concerned at this point, given the length of time she has not had her medication."


While Haven is over the age of 18, her parents serve as her adult guardians and conservators.


"This is due to the court's review of her psychiatric evaluations and behavioral issues," noted Jen.


Shelton explained that a home security camera, which should have recorded Haven's leaving and alerted her parents, failed, due to dead batteries.


"We do not know where she would have gone, but she is familiar with the Branson West, Kimberling City, Reeds Spring and Branson areas," said Jen. "Anything outside of that is definitely outside of her comfort zone."


Haven is 19 years old. She stands 5 foot tall, and weighs 110 pounds, with shoulder length brown hair, brown eyes and a noticeably fair complexion.


Anyone who sees Haven or has knowledge of her whereabouts is asked to contact the Stone County Sheriff's Department.

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