Update: Deputies Ask For Continued Help to Find Missing Albertville Woman

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MARSHALL COUNTY, Ala. (WHNT) - Marshall County Sheriff's deputies continue to look for a missing Albertville woman.

Jennifer Lynn Hinote was reported missing on Thursday, December 19.  Marshall County Sheriff Scott Walls says Hinote's family reported that day they had not had contact with her since the previous Saturday, December 14.

"I don't think she actually lives with the parents but she stays in touch with them quite often and they have not seen or talked to her since last Saturday," Sheriff Walls said.

Sheriff Walls says since Thursday they have received some information.

"We've had contact from friends that said they had talked to her, but we don't know her location," said Walls.

He says they were told Hinote may be staying with some friends, but while tips like that may seem concrete until Hinote is located, the Sheriff's Office says she's still considered missing.

Anyone with any information concerning the whereabouts of Hinote is asked to contact the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office at (256) 582-2034.

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