Family Pleads For Community’s Help In Search For Missing Warren Woman

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WARREN – The family of a missing Warren Woman is pleading for the community’s help in the search for their loved one.








49-year-old Nicole Font was last seen on Sunday at 7:30 p.m. walking in Downtown Warren from Main Street to Second Avenue, headed to a meeting at the DeFrees Building.

Lisa Font, Nicole’s sister, says it is extremely difficult for their family, especially Nicole’s 14-year-old son.









“Please come home, your family loves you, and we miss you, we are just so worried,” pleaded Lisa Font in an interview with WNY News Now on Wednesday morning.

The Font Family has tried to retrace their sister’s steps, in an area making up less than a half mile of cityscape.















“We’ve been out looking, we’ve tried to trace her steps, we had flyers that have gone out, I had it on the Erie News last night, we’re trying to look to see if anybody has any video of the path, it is probably only less than a half mile, trying to see if anybody has any doorbell cams and trying to get any video from storefronts,” said Lisa Font. “From Main Avenue, she lives by the Warren General Hospital, to Second Avenue.”

In addition to the call for security video, Lisa Font wants the Warren Police Department to use K-9s to search the area in question.

Nicole Font is 5’ 2” and about 110 pounds with red hair and blue eyes.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Warren Police at (814) 723-2700.

 

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