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Missing Homewood woman last seen at Huntsville International Airport

Elizabeth Koury (Source: Homewood Police Department) Elizabeth Koury (Source: Homewood Police Department)
HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) - Homewood police are investigating a missing person case after a woman went missing after being dropped off at Huntsville International Airport.

Elizabeth Koury, 20, was last seen on Friday around 1:15 p.m. in the area of the airport.

Homewood police said Koury took a taxi from Birmingham to Huntsville. The cab driver told police he dropped Koury off at the airport. Investigators are working to find out whether she actually boarded a flight.

Koury was wearing a red T-shirt and blue jeans and blue, plastic frame glasses.

Anyone with information should call 205-332-6200.

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