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Police Ask Public's Help In Search For Missing Hudson Valley Woman

Darlene A. Cowden
Darlene A. Cowden Photo Credit: New York State Police

New York State Police are seeking the public's assistance to help locate a missing 56-year-old Hudson Valley woman, Darlene A. Cowden of Hudson, in Columbia County, just north of Dutchess.

Troopers were contacted by Cowden's mother on Oct. 25, reporting that she has not been able to make contact with her daughter for approximately one month. Cowden reportedly suffers from mental illness and may be in need of medical attention.

Cowden is described as a white female with hazel eyes and is approximately 5-foot-6. The family does not believe that Cowden has access to a vehicle or a cellular phone. Cowden's last known address was at the St. Charles Hotel in Hudson, N.Y.

Troopers have checked several locations attempting to locate Cowden.

Anyone with information regarding Cowden or her whereabouts is asked to contact the New York State Police by calling (845) 677-7300.

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