Police Find Missing Bowling Green Woman

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Rachel Walters

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) --A Warren County woman that was reported missing last night has been found.

Twenty year old Rachel Walters' mother says watching her leave their home at 11a.m. Thursday was the last she'd seen or heard from her daughter until 7p.m. Thursday. Just before Tammy Walters got a text from her daughter saying she left her car at the Lexington airport, she reported Rachel missing. Walters says she had no idea why Rachel left or where she was going, and just wanted to know she was safe.

"I have no idea. I do not know. We suspect since there was no video surveillance at the airport showing her coming into the terminal, and they don't have any evidence she actually boarded a plane," said Rachel's mother Tammy Walters.

The Warren County Sheriff's Department says Walters was in Lexington today, and saw herself reported as missing on the news. That's when she went to the Lexington Police Department and told them she was safe and there by choice.


The Warren County Sheriff's Office is looking for a missing Bowling Green woman.

The parents of 20-year-old Rachel Marie Walters told police they last saw her around 11am on Thursday, October 31.

Her car was later found at the Lexington Airport. Police there are going through security footage to look for clues.

Police say Rachel has not answered any phone calls or texts.

Rachel is a white woman that is 5'3'', weighs 115 pounds, with blonde collar length hair, and blue eyes.

She was last seen wearing a charcoal 3/4 length sleeve jacket, dark blue jeans, dark snake skin knee high boots, and a silver chain necklace with a dragonfly charm.

She also had hats and high heel shoes with her.

Police say Rachel is know to frequent coffee shops and Barnes and Noble stores.

If you have any information about Rachel's whereabouts, call the Warren County Sheriff's Office at (270) 842-1633.

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