East Franklin woman missing since Saturday
Police in Armstrong County are looking for a woman who has been missing since Saturday night.
Susan “Sue” Yoders, 44, was last seen at the Wal-mart in East Franklin around 7:30 p.m. Saturday. Police say she suffers from a medical condition and has special dietary needs.
Yoders, who lives at 923 Butler Road in East Franklin, was last seen wearing a pink and white shirt, shorts and a fanny pack. She is 5 feet 4 inches tall, 147 pounds, with hazel eyes, shoulder length brown hair and glasses.
Anyone who sees Yoders is asked to call 911.
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