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Ranelle Rose Bennett

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Ranelle Rose Bennett went missing on June 15th, 2021 around 10 am from her residence in Hogback, NM. She was last seen wearing an orange tank top and black joggers. She disappeared after jumping in with so-called “friends”. Ranelle has 2 children, who adored and loved their mother. We have attended rallies and conferences for MMIW. We used a lot of our finances purchasing poster boards, markers, t-shirt printing, and needs for the children. Our mother, Rose Yazzie, retired to care for the children. Darlene Gomez has been a great support in helping our family in this time of need. Thank you.

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