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BREAKING NEWS: Silver alert issued for 70-year-old Whitakers woman
A silver alert has been issued for a 70-year-old Whitakers woman whose home recently burned down.
Police say Candy Mae Bullock was last seen at the United Cab Company in Rocky Mount on Monday. Bullock’s home on Straight Gate Road in Whitakers burned down on November 20 and she had been staying with her sister in Nashville. Police said Bullock left her sister’s house and went to the cab company, where she was last seen. Bullock was also seen earlier on Monday morning at the Social Security Administration Building on Sunset Avenue in Rocky Mount. More ...


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