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Miliken Woman goes missing from Firestone Colorado

Family and friends have begun searching for Rebecca Greenup
Rebecca Greenup smiles for the camera. Photo provided by family. Shared with permission from Greenup’s daughter.

Rebecca Greenup, a local woman from Milliken, Colorado has been reported missing. 

Greenup, age 51, was seen leaving her home in Milliken on April 2, around 11:38 am. She was seen driving a brown Hyundai Tucson, with license plate number CO-924QCG. The car has a Maine white magnet on the passenger side. 

Greenups last known location was around 12:41 pm at the ENT Credit Union in Firestone, Colorado. 

She was wearing a brown baseball cap, a black jacket with fur, blue jeans and brown boots. 

According to a Facebook post made by Greenup’s daughter, Danni Tempelton, there has been no known activity on Facebook, Imessage, email or her bank accounts. 

“My mom would never leave us like this, I know this in my heart. She was not suicidal, she does not have any medical issues and she did not take anything with her,” Tempelton said in a recent Facebook post. 

The police have begun searching the Firestone area. The Miliken police department has asked to keep an eye out and report any information to Sgt. Rick Jandegian at (970) 562-4850 or (970) 660-5016. 

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