N.C. woman missing, could be in Prince George’s

Hill is deemed a critical missing person and suffers from a medical condition which requires medication, her family says in the release. (Courtesy Prince George\'s County Police)

WASHINGTON – Prince George’s police are looking for a North Carolina woman they say has been missing for more than two months and could be in the area.

Althea Hill, 53, is from Winston-Salem but has been known to frequent various establishments in Prince George’s County, according to a news release from Prince George’s County police.

She is deemed a critical missing person and suffers from a medical condition which requires medication, her family says in the release.

Hill is described as an African-American female standing 5-foot-8, 250 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. Hill has a few distinctive characteristics, including a twitch in her mouth and an unusual walk due to a medical condition, the release says.

Anyone who knows her whereabouts should call the Prince George’s County Police Department’s Investigative Section South District V at 301-868-8773.

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