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Oct 16, 2019
by: Anonymous

Judith, I think you should go to Frome Westmoreland and find your friend. You can also write to the police station where the husband use to work but remember that police do not like to give out information. Tell them to give out your info instead. Usually people in the countryside know each other and Westmoreland is a nice place except for the crime in Grange Hill. You have a good chance of finding your friend because she and her husband most likely still communicate with others in the community. Look up Facebook Frome High and see if you can get in touch with anyone. Westmoreland is a nice place. Good Luck in finding your friend. Visit Broughton a nice little town while you are in Westmoreland.

Jul 06, 2018
by: Anonymous

I saw your post. I might be able t o assist. 201-328-4282.


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