Entertainment Concerns for Linda, missing and possibly endangered Amish boy
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An Amish girl has been missing since Sunday in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Authorities have said she may be in danger or injured.
Concern has been high since Sunday. Linda Stoltzfoos, 18, was last seen that day. Her relatives raised the alarm when she did not go to the Church. She was a few hours earlier on a farm in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. A member of the Amish community, she wore traditional dress when she disappeared, reports site.
According to the authorities, she could be in danger or even injured and did not leave a note before vanishing. "The police believe this person may be at particular risk of danger or injury," the police said in a statement. "There is no reason to believe that she wanted to leave. You know, she didn't tell anyone that she wanted to go on a trip, so it's very foolish for Linda to do that, "said Matt Hess, police officer from the township of East Lampeter.
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Since then, the whole community has been mobilized to try to find the young girl. Research has taken place throughout the area. For the moment without giving any results. “Thank you to everyone who is willing to help today. At this point, today's research plans will be smaller in scale with more oversight and will be executed only by trained and dedicated research teams. If the need for volunteers changes, a request for help will be posted. Thank you for continuing to pray for the family, the research teams and especially for Linda ”, it is written on the Facebook page opened to try to find Linda.
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