Police search for missing Monona woman and her dog

MONONA (WKOW) -- Officials are asking for the public's help in finding a Monona woman who hasn't been heard from since Tuesday morning. 

Monona Police Chief Walter Ostrenga says Holly Ringen was last seen March 27 around 8:30 am when she dropped her children off at their father’s home in Stoughton.  She said she might be headed to a dog park and had her dog Jynx with her. 

Chief Walter Ostrenga says Holly has not been to work for the last two days and her phone has been shut off during that time.  

She's driving a gray Ford C - Max hatchback, similar to the one pictured here, - with Wisconsin license plate 812KZE.  

Ms. Ringen is white, 43 and about  5’08.” She weighs about 140 pounds and has short brown hair.  

Her dog Jynx is a brown and white beagle terrier mix.

If you have any information about Holly or know where she may have gone, contact the Monona Police Department at (608) 222-0463, Crime Stoppers at (608) 266-6014, or you can text “MONONA” followed by your information to TIP411 (847411). 

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