Penn Hills police put word out on missing man, girl
Penn Hills police are asking area agencies to be on the lookout for a senior citizen and young girl who went missing Sunday on their way back from Lancaster.
Officers are looking for a silver 2006 Nissan Altima, along with Morris Bradford, 75, and Raven Bradford, 12.
Police said the Bradfords were due back Sunday morning from a trip to Lancaster for church services, but Raven sent a text or voice message saying they had gotten a flat tire and were lost. Neither then responded to attempts to contact them.
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