Deputies reopen cold case nearly a decade after woman missing from Garfield County

Ronda Henrichsen, missing since 2008.

GARFIELD COUNTY, Colo. (KKTV) - The Garfield County Sheriff’s Office has reopened a cold case from June 2008 following new information on a missing woman.

Ronda Henrichsen, also known as Hari Jiwan Kaur Khalsa by members of the Sikh religion, disappeared June 21 nearly a decade ago. She would be 62 years old at this time. Photos from around the time of her disappearance are attached at the top of this article.

Deputies say in 2008, she had a slender build, was about 5 feet and 9 inches tall and weighed 140 pounds. She had long, brown hair with strands of gray. Her hair was typically braided on top of her head with a turban. She has hazel eyes and freckles on her skin.

According to the sheriff's office, she was first rescued by Garfield County Search and Rescue from the Jess Weaver (No Name Creek) Trail the day before she was last seen. That night, she stayed at the Glenwood Springs Hostel.

The following day, she rented a bicycle, which was returned after business hours that same day. At some point during the day, she spoke with a family member on the phone. Then deputies say she rode a cab to Glenwood Canyon.

Days after she disappeared, she might have been seen west of Rifle.

If anyone has any information on the case, call investigator Hatch at 970-665-2231, or remain anonymous through Crime Stoppers at 970-945-0101.