Missing woman allegedly phones family

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MARY USRY of the Village of Oak Creek has been missing since February. A woman claiming to be her called Usry's family Friday from Rimrock.

Deputies reported that on Friday night, April 11, lead sheriff's investigator Detective Frank Barbaro received a telephone call from Usry's family advising him that they had received a telephone call from a woman claiming to be Usry.

Deputies reported that the telephone conversation was brief and the family was only able to obtain a callback telephone number, which led investigators to a home in Rimrock.

YCSO deputies reported that they responded to the home in Rimrock looking for Usry, but were unable to locate her.

Deputies reported that family members told sheriff's investigators that the last contact they had with Usry had been on Feb. 9, when she indicated she was flying to New York on business.

Investigators believe that Usry is in the Verde Valley and that she is driving her vehicle described as a 1991 Maroon Honda Accord, bearing Arizona license plate HRG-428.

Deputies report that Detective Barbaro emphasizes he is concerned for Usury's welfare and encourages anyone with any information on Usury's whereabouts or condition to contact him at (928) 771-3278 or Yavapai Silent Witness at 800-932-3232.

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