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Still no sign of missing Palmyra woman, one week later

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Kortne Stouffer Kortne Stouffer

A Lebanon County woman has been missing since Sunday, and there's still no sign of her.

Kortne Stouffer's family and investigators are doing all they can to find her, but they need help.

Kortne's mother, Wendy Stouffer, said she talked to Kortne before she went dancing in Harrisburg Saturday night.

Neighbors saw Kortne come home around 3:45 a.m. Sunday, but that's the last time anyone saw her.

"She's fun, she's loud, she's silly, she's sweet, she has a big heart," said Wendy Stouffer.

Stouffer said her heart is broken over her daughter's disappearance. She said Kortne is family-oriented and calls or visits her family every day. The fact that they haven't heard from her for days has the Stouffer family fearing the worst,

"She wouldn't be gone this long without contacting us. If she could contact us, she would have," said Kortne's mother.

Her family posted flyers. Investigators searched her apartment then barricaded it with padlocks and caution tape.

"It is suspicious," said Lebanon County District Attorney David Arnold. "We're treating it as suspicious."

Arnold would not elaborate on this investigation in detail, but says he's using all resources to bring Kortne back home.

"The longer she's gone, the more it concerns us," said Arnold. "We're hopeful we'll come across Kortne."

"If you know what happened to my daughter, please tell someone, we want to find her and bring her home," said Kortne's mother.

The Stouffer family is offering a $10,000 reward for any information leading to Kortne's Whereabouts. Anyone with information should call Palmyra police at (717) 838-8188. You can also e-mail a tip to: kortneinfo@gmail.com.

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