Boise Police Search for Endangered Woman 

Boise Police request that the public be on the lookout for a woman they say is endangered.

Ronie Parrott, 42, of Boise, went missing Aug. 24. Police do not suspect foul play in her disappearance, but have information that has led investigators and her family to worry about her safety. 

Parrott is 5'3", weighs 180 pounds and has brown hair and brown eyes. Identifying marks include tattoos on both hands. Police say she may have a bicycle with her. 

Police have entered her information into the Idaho Missing Persons Clearinghouse and the National Crime Information Center. They request that members of the public with information pertaining to Parrot and her whereabouts contact Boise Police at 208-377-6790. 
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