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State police seek missing persons from Kane, Union City

UPDATE: Anna Marie Brown of Union City has been located and is safe.

Pennsylvania State Police are still searching for Angela Mae Newton.

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Pennsylvania State Police are looking for two missing people.

Troopers issued releases in both cases on Tuesday morning.

Angela Mae Newton

The first came from Lewis Run-based state police and reports that police received a report of a missing person on Sept. 15 at 6:31 p.m.

“Angela Mae Newton was last seen at approximately (8:30 a.m.) on (September 15) on Mohney Lane, Kane, Pa.,” Troopers said. “Newton failed to appear to work at the Kane Country Club” on Sunday.

Police report that Newton has a “3 1/2-year-old

child currently at her parents’ residence” and “is also believed to be about two to three months pregnant.

“Newton was believed to be wearing shorts with a tie-dye t-shirt,” Troopers indicate, also noting that her “method of travel was on foot.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact Lewis Run-based state police at (814) 368-9230.

Corry-based state police also issued a missing person release on Tuesday regarding Anna Marie Brown, 67, Union City.

Troopers say Brown was last seen by family on September 11 at about 9:30 p.m.

The report indicates that Brown was last located on Sept. 12 on Rt. 97 in Waterford and transported to Erie to a shelter.

“Brown was last seen wearing a dark, striped, colored long sleeve shirt with jeans and white New Balance tennis shoes,” police said. “Brown is 5′ 4”, approximately 100 pounds with “dark/gray hair, brown eyes (and) wears glasses.”

Anyone with information on Brown’s location is asked to call Corry-based state police at (814) 663-2043.

Angela Mae Newton

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