Kaua’i police searching for missing woman, 56, known to fish at Shipwreck Beach, Kōloa coast

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(Courtesy: Kauai’i Police Department)

LĪHU‘E, Kaua’i (KHON2) — Kaua’i police are seeking the public’s help in locating a 56-year-old Kōloa woman who was reported missing at around 6 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 9.

According to the Kaua’i Police Department (KPD), Joddielynn Taylor was last seen at her home on Wednesday, Oct. 6. Taylor has blue eyes and brown hair — which is usually in a ponytail — and is about 5-foot-4 and weighs approximately 130 pounds.

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KPD said Taylor is of Hawaiian and Caucasian descent and has tribal tattoos on her hip, a flower tattoo on her abdomen and ‘Ku’uipo’ tattoo on her lower back. She may also have her fishing poles, pouch and 2002 gold Honda 4-door sedan with her.

Taylor is known to frequently visit Kōloa, Līhu‘e, Waimea and Kōke‘e State Park. Additionally, Taylor usually goes fishing at Shipwreck Beach and along the Kōloa coast. 

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Anyone with information regarding Joddielynn Taylor’s location should call KPD Dispatch at (808) 241-1711.

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