Reward doubled for information on missing woman

    On the two-year anniversary of the date Betty Alexander went missing, the reward for information leading to her whereabouts has been doubled—to $20,000.

    Alexander’s residence was located in Franklin County, but the Missouri State Highway Patrol Missing Persons Clearinghouse website has her listed as missing from Crawford County, possibly because the Sullivan Police Department’s office is in Crawford County.
    Alexander is considered an endangered missing adult, and the date of last contact with her was reportedly on April 10, 2019. She was 69 years old at the time of her disappearance (born on October 22, 1949). She is a white female with brown hair and blue eyes, standing 4’11” tall and weighing 150 pounds. At the time of her disappearance, she had blonde highlights in her hair.
    Alexander was last seen at her home at the Center Street Apartments in Sullivan and no further contact with her family has been made. She suffers from dementia and did not take necessary medication with her.  
    Anyone who has information on Alexander should contact one of the following agencies: Sullivan Police Department: 573-468-8001, Anonymous Tip Line: 573-860-5637, Private Investigator John Mackey: 888-511-0498, We Help the Missing Tip Line: 866-660-4025, Missouri State Highway Patrol Missing Persons Clearinghouse: 573-526-6178 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
    More information can also be found on the Facebook page Bring Betty Home.