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Police seek help in search for missing New Port Richey woman

NEW PORT RICHEY — Pasco County authorities are searching for a 69-year-old woman reported missing Saturday evening.

A relative of Geraldine Ann Logan informed New Port Richey police after attempts to reached her failed.

Police went to Logan's home on Clubhouse Drive in New Port Richey and found that she and her 1995 Buick were missing.

The car is a tan, four-door with a tag number V88 7EG.

Police checked local hospitals but did not find her.

Authorities said in a news release that she "was last known to have activity locally" around Nov. 1.

They entered her name into state and federal missing persons databases and were preparing a Silver Alert activation.

Logan is white, about 5 feet 2, and 160 pounds. She has gray hair and green eyes.

Anyone with information about her was asked to call police at 727-841-4551.

Police seek help in search for missing New Port Richey woman 11/26/12 [Last modified: Monday, November 26, 2012 9:19pm]
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