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Parents of missing Palmyra woman ask for help, offer reward

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The parents of a missing Palmyra woman are asking for help to find their 21-year-old daughter, Kortne Stouffer, who has been missing since Sunday. 

"If you know what happened to my daughter, please tell someone," said Wendy Stouffer through tears. "We want to find her and bring her home."

Lebanon County District Attorney Dave Arnold said Kortne Stouffer's disappearance is suspicious.

Wendy said Kortne is close with her family and would not just pick up and leave -- especially without her cellphone or her dog. Wendy said most of Kortne's belongings were left at her home.

Thursday morning, Kortne's mother offered a $5,000 reward for the person who leads them to Kortne. You can get in touch with the Stouffer's by calling 717-838-8189 or emailing kortneinfo@gmail.com. Anyone with information is also asked to call police at 717-838-8188. 

The family is organizing a candlelight vigil for Thursday evening. The event will take place at 8 p.m. at 325 South Railroad Street in Palmyra. One hundred people have already responded to the Facebook event.

Police say Kortne was last seen early Sunday at her home on 800 block of West Main Street. Her mother said had recently returned from dancing at clubs in Harrisburg. 

Her mother said she was wearing a yellow tank top and black shorts splattered with neon colors.

Wendy described Kortne as someone with a bright personality who loves bright colors.

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