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Officers on scene say the woman is Elizabeth Garner.
A woman matching the description of Garner has been found at the Gleneden Beach Thriftway. Officers are on scene talking with her. She has a head injury.
OSP has requested Depoe Bay Fire-Rescue provide a beach ATV to aid in the search of Elizabeth Garner, missing since last evening at Fishing Rock.
Oregon State Police Update
Oregon State Police (OSP), with the assistance of Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office Search & Rescue and Lincoln County area emergency responders, are asking for the public’s help in locating a missing 33-year old woman last seen Tuesday night in Lincoln Beach.
ELIZABETH (Betsy) ANNE GARNER, age 33, was reportedly last seen October 28, at approximately 8:00 p.m., at Fishing Rock State Park in Lincoln Beach. She was given a ride to the location by a co-worker. She is presently living in the Gleneden Beach area.
GARNER is described as a white female, 5’11” tall, 155 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes. She was wearing a gray jacket over a blue shirt, black pants, and may or may not have shoes on.
OSP was notified on Tuesday at 12:13 a.m. that Garner was missing. A search was started involving OSP troopers and detectives, Gleneden Beach Fire District, Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office deputies, Search & Rescue personnel, and Lincoln City Police Department. A U.S. Coast Guard helicopter was scheduled to join the area search at daylight.
Anyone with information regarding the location of GARNER is asked to call OSP Northern Command Center dispatch at 800-452-7888 or 9-1-1.
A team of Oregon State Police troopers and investigators have set up a temporary command center at the Depoe Bay Fire Station in Gleneden Beach and are investigating the disappearance of the woman who has not yet been identified.
Law enforcement and Depoe Bay Fire Rescue are searching rocky cliffs and huge rock outcroppings for any sign of a woman who was fishing with her husband earlier Tuesday evening at Fishing Rock in Lincoln Beach. Her husband told an Oregon State Trooper that he went looking for her but couldn’t find her. What he did find was her purse, her cellphone and two boxes of wine. The fear is that she may have fallen into the ocean and drowned.