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Navajo Police ask for public's help in locating missing persin, Marie "Weezie" Benally

Navajo Police Department

The Navajo Police Department is asking for the public’s help in locating a missing person. Marie Gene Benally was last seen November 10th at Chilchinbeto Estates on the Navajo Nation.

Benally also goes by the name “Weezie.” She is described as a 54-year-old Native American/Navajo female with brown hair and brown eyes. Benally was last seen wearing a brown Carhartt pullover and blue jeans. She wears multiple rings on her fingers. Authorities say Benally has numerous tattoos that are noticeable.

Her disappearance has been entered into the National Crime Information Center. Law enforcement officials urge anyone with information about Benally’s whereabouts or well-being to contact the Navajo Police Department Kayenta District at 928-697-5600, or call 911.