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Search continues for missing endangered Fulton woman, police in Fair Haven on Thursday

Multiple law enforcement agencies will be in the village of Fair Haven today as the search continues for a missing 70-year-old woman.

Nancy J. Howe was reported missing from her home in Fulton on Thursday, June 30. She was last seen on State Route 104A in the Sterling/Fair Haven area between 3 p.m. and 4 p.m. on Wednesday, June 30.

Howe is a white female, 5’07” tall, weighing 190 pounds. She has brown eyes and brown and grey hair. She wears glasses and was last seen wearing a plaid shirt, blue jeans and orange winter cap.

Police say Howe is considered endangered at this time due to unspecified cognitive issues.


Members of the Fulton Police Department, Cayuga County Sheriff’s Office, Oswego County Search and Rescue and various other law enforcement resources are taking part in the search on Thursday, July 7 in Fair Haven.

Although several community members have offered to help search for Howe, today’s search will consist of law enforcement and search and rescue personnel only.

Police are asking residents in the Sterling area- specifically the village of Fair Haven- to check their properties and outbuildings for any signs of Howe’s location.

Anyone with information is asked to call 911 so the message can be relayed to searchers.



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