Public’s help sought in search for missing Fort Collins woman

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Christine Cummings has been missing from Fort Collins since around Dec. 29.

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Police are asking for the public’s help in finding a missing Fort Collins woman. 

Christine Cummings, 32, was last known to be at her Fort Collins residence Dec. 29. A relative contacted Fort Collins Police Services on Jan. 1 after not hearing from Cummings in several days, according to a police news release. 

Officers tried to contact her at her home, but she and her vehicle were not there. Family members believe she may have gone hiking and are concerned for her safety.

Police notified staff at Yellowstone and Rocky Mountain national parks, as she frequents those locations. In a post circulating on social media, friends have also said Cummings frequents Crozier Mountain in Drake, Twin Sisters Peaks in Estes Park, Coyote Ridge in Fort Collins and Round Mountain in Loveland. 

Friends have also created a public spreadsheet to help track where people have searched for Cummings: https://bit.ly/3hPiqBe.

Cummings drives a 2015 black Jeep SUV with license plate EOL263. The “J” is missing from the vehicle’s rear Jeep logo. She is white with brown hair and blue eyes and is about 5 feet and 7 inches tall and 140 pounds. 

Police do not believe there is foul play involved in her disappearance. Anyone with information about Cummings’ current location or travel plans is asked to contact Fort Collins Det. Marty Shaw at 970-416-2051.

Christine Cummings, who has been missing from Fort Collins since around Dec. 29, drives a 2015 black Jeep SUV.

Sady Swanson covers public safety, K-12 education and more throughout Northern Colorado. You can send your story ideas to her at sswanson@coloradoan.com or on Twitter at @sadyswan. Support her work and that of other Coloradoan journalists by purchasing a digital subscription today.