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Sheriff asking for public’s help in finding missing woman

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SAN RAFAEL – The Cibola County Sheriff’s Office is seeking information related to the disappearance of a San Rafael woman on Sunday.

Alicia Corina Sonneborn was last seen Aug. 6 and reported missing from her home by her sister. No indications of her whereabouts have been found since she was last seen.

Cibola County Sheriff Tony Mace said Thursday that the department is still engaged in an acitve search but have found nothing to help locate the missing woman. “We are using K9s, drones, ground troops and luminol. We brought in more K9s,” he said.

Sonneborn is 57 years old, five feet tall and weighs approximately 130 pounds. She was last seen wearing black capri-type pants and a blue shirt. Sonneborn is considered an endangered person by authorities. She has lived in her San Rafael home just a few months and may be unfamiliar with the area.

Mace asks that anyone who may have seen someone fitting Sonneborn’s description or who has any information about her please contact authorities right away.

Contact the Cibola County Sheriff at (505) 287-9476. You may also call the New Mexico Department of Public Safety missing person line at (800) 457-3463.

Any information would be useful, even if tentative, Mace said.

By Helen Davis

Sun Correspondent