Payson PD seeks help finding missing woman, says they are concerned for her safety

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Missing woman Rosetta Arlene Jensen, 68 of Payson. Image courtesy Payson PD.

Missing woman Rosetta Arlene Jensen, 68 of Payson. Image courtesy Payson PD.

PAYSON, Utah — Police in Payson are asking for the public’s help in locating a woman who hasn’t been seen since November 2, and authorities said the woman has recently experienced some mental health issues and they are concerned for her safety.

According to Lt. Bill Wright of Payson PD, Rosetta Arlene Jensen, 68, was last seen by her neighbors on Monday, November 2.

The woman is described as being 5-feet, 4-inches tall with blue eyes and brown hair. It is unclear what she was wearing on the day she was last seen.

The woman’s vehicle is also missing, and it is described as a metallic gray or brown 2006 Nissan Sentra with Utah license plate: C60VP, expiration 01/2016.

Police stated: “Rosetta has recently had some mental issues and is thought to be suicidal.”

Anyone who sees the woman or who has knowledge of her whereabouts is asked to contact Utah Valley Dispatch at 801-794-3970.


  • Ginger Martin

    She has been staying at our motel since Nov 2. The odd thing is we called our local police today to check and see if she was ok or if she was a missing and they said she was fine.

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