More than a month after a southern Colorado woman disappeared, there are few clues about where she went or what happened to her.
Julia Netzler was first reported missing April 1. Her husband told the sheriff's office the last time he saw Julia was when she got up around 5 a.m. that day. Her husband said when he got out of bed an hour later, she was gone.
Investigators said there were no signs of foul play at the Security-Wildfield home, but Julia reportedly left her purse, wallet, medication and cell phone behind. She also reportedly did not take any clothing.
The sheriff's office said in a news release they have checked hospitals and homeless shelters, as well as searched storm drainage areas and areas around Fountain Creek with police dogs. They also have canvassed neighborhoods in the area, but still have not been able to locate Netzler.
Anyone with information is asked to call the sheriff's office at 719-390-5555.
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