Yvonne Wood Covington remains missing at/near Little River Canyon National Preserve

Yvonne’s vehicle was found near Little River Canyon National Preserve on the Cherokee County side of Highway 35 on December 26, 2020. She has not been heard from since Christmas 2020.

Authorities say Yvonne Wood Covington was last heard from sometime around Christmas 2020 (12/25/2020 – 12/26/2020).

Yvonne’s vehicle was found parked near the National Park Service at Little River Canyon National Preserve on December 26, 2020 on the Cherokee County side of the bridge on Highway 35. We have estimated her last known location, which is visible inside her database entry.

If you have any information concerning the whereabouts of Yvonne Wood Covington, you are encouraged to contact the Fort Payne Police Department at (256) 845-1414.

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  • Joss Leal
    March 17, 2021 at 9:12 am

    We are continuing to follow this case, no updates as of today.

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