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Posted on: May 2, 2018

[ARCHIVED] Police Seek Public's Help to Locate Missing/Endangered Woman, 63

Martha Berger

This morning, Eugene Police took a report on a missing and endangered woman, Martha Berger, age 67.

Berger is reported to have last communicated with her housing manager on Saturday and has appeared despondent recently. When the agency did a welfare check, Berger was not at her residence and her vehicle was also gone. She missed a doctor’s appointment on Monday. She requires daily medications and left those in her apartment, along with her cell phone.

Berger can be described as a white female, 5’5” tall, weighing 180 pounds, with light grey hair, hazel eyes, and wearing unknown clothing. Her associated vehicle is a green 2003 Subaru Legacy, license plate 110CEW.

Eugene Police is continuing to investigate and follow up on potential leads as to Berger’s whereabouts and is asking anyone who has seen her or has information on her location to please contact the Eugene Police non-emergency line at 541-682-5111.

Case No. 18-07079

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