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Missing woman, 28, last seen at Grain Valley bar on Jan. 19

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Amber Jo Bradley-Couch went missing after she was last seen at Whiskey Tango in Grain Valley on Jan 19, 2014.

GRAIN VALLEY, Mo. — Police are asking for the public’s help locating a 28-year-old Oak Grove, Mo. woman who hasn’t been seen since Jan. 19.

Amber Jo Bradley-Couch wasn’t reported missing until Feb. 6.  She was last seen at Whiskey Tango, 401 South Outer Rd. in Grain Valley at about 1:05 a.m.

She was wearing grey sweat pants with “LOVE” on the side, a white shirt, silver and pink ‘Nike’ shoes and knee-high stockings.

At this time police said they do not suspect foul play.

Amber Jo is approximately 5’11” and weighs about 240 lbs with blond hair Amber Jo on facebookand hazel eyes. She might be in a green 1997 two-door Chevy Cavalier.  Missouri license plate: SF6-W07.

If you can help police find her, call the Grain Valley Police Dept. at 816-847-6250.

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  • David

    Hey all you Monday morning quarter back detectives out there, do the world a favor. If you do not know the facts, leave your shoe in your mouth. That way you don’t make stupid comments based on what the media has put out.
    So with that out over the way. Fact she was at Whiskey Tangos. Fact whether you realize it, about 99% of people go there to DRINK ALCOHOL! Therefore she may have been very intoxicated. Which in turn may have contributed to the cause of death out in freezing weather. Look it up, it happens. Fact she was found where she was probably covered by snow. And last but not least, if I have a family member who has a 4 yr. old daughter at home, I sure as hell am not going to wait TWO WEEKS! to report her missing. So before you go blaming the police, the bar and everybody else that walks past you in a day, do as any responsible person should do. Engage your your brain before you open your mouth. That way you don’t have to leave that shoe I was talking about in your mouth. Because I hear that the sole of a shoe don’t taste to good.