Maine Women Lost on New Hampshire Seacoast Trying to Drive Home
🔴 Angela Bussell, 50, and Kimberly A. Pushard, 51, spent Tuesday afternoon driving along the New Hampshire, Maine, & Massachusetts borders trying to get home
🔴 They spoke with several Seacoast police departments, who tried to give them directions
🔴 Pushard's phone last pinged in the Candia & Raymond areas, but is now powered off
New Hampshire State Police are looking for two Maine women who got lost in the Seacoast region trying to find their way home.
Angela Bussell, 50, and Kimberly A. Pushard, 51, were in a red 2012 Jeep Compass with Maine license plate 1960VC driving along the border of New Hampshire, Maine, and Massachusetts Tuesday afternoon trying to figure out how to get home in Topsham, Maine, 90 miles away.
"According to their families, Ms. Pushard and Ms. Bussell are intellectually disabled, easily disoriented, have trouble processing information, and are prone to being confused by directions," State Police said in a statement.
They made contact via phone with several New Hampshire law enforcement agencies including Exeter Police Tuesday night, who unsuccessfully tried to give them directions home. Pushard's phone last pinged in the Candia and Raymond area, but is now powered off.
Bussell is described as 5 feet 8 inches and 213 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes. Pushard is described as 5 feet 5 inches and 164 pounds with brown hair and hazel eyes.
Police asked any who sees the women or their Jeep to call Exeter Police at 603-772-1212.
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