On September 12th, 2022

Missing Woman’s Vehicle Located and Being Processed for Evidence California DOJ Will Process for Evidence

“We are fortunate in California to have Department of Justice Crime Labs where criminalists use their knowledge, skills and technology to help law enforcement solve crimes and missing persons cases.  The work that California DOJ criminalists do at labs throughout California is simply invaluable to investigators and prosecutors.” – CSLEA President Alan Barcelona

MARIPOSA COUNTY – On September 9, 2022, the Mariposa County Sheriff’s Office announced that the Jeep Cherokee that missing person Wendy Pullins, 57, of Ahwahnee, was last known to be driving has been located.

Pullins, still missing, was last seen in Mariposa County on June 15, 2022. Details of how and where the vehicle was located have not been released.  The vehicle is being processed by detectives and will be sent to the California Department of Justice Crime Lab for further processing.

Pullins is a white female adult, has brown hair, brown eyes, and 5’ 4” tall.

If anyone has information relating to this case, please contact the Madera County Sheriff’s Office at (559) 675-7770.


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