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Gene Kennedy reporting A 42-year-old woman from Roy has been missing for five days, and now police have issued an Endangered Person Advisory.
Police have searched extensively for Lorri Moore. They've searched culverts, vacant homes and routes she may have walked, but there's no sign of her.
Moore lives with her mother. Late Thursday night, she was outside for a smoke after an argument with her mom and hasn't been seen since.
Moore is physically ill, she suffers from depression and has a strained relationship with her husband. "He filed for the divorce, and he finally admitted about a month ago that he had moved in with this other woman with his kids, and it broke her heart," Lorri's mother Lois explained.
Moore's mother says she's attempted suicide before and recently said she didn't want to live, but police aren't giving up the search for her. "Right now we're just looking at the potential that she's somewhere disabled, or potentially even deceased. We're also looking at the potential that something has happened to her that is criminal in nature. We just don't know," Roy Police Chief Whinham said.
Lorri Moore is described as 5 feet 5 inches to 5 feet 7 inches tall. She weights 195 pounds and has brown hair and green eyes. She was last seen wearing a dark purple or blue sweatshirt and gray pants.
Moore's friends haven't heard from her, and police say in five days she hasn't taken money out of her bank.
Police are hoping she's alive, and they want people in Roy and Hooper to be on the lookout.
If you see Lorri Moore please call your local law enforcement.