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Family seeks help in finding missing woman

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MECHANICSBURG, Pa. (WHTM) -

The aunt of a woman missing for more than a week is ramping up efforts to find her.

Erica Klinger, 27, was last seen June 8 when she left her job at the Kwik Fill at 6479 Carlisle Pike in Mechanicsburg.

Her aunt, Melissa Tsapla, is using her savings to print missing persons fliers.


Tsapla

says she's spent around $400 for 1,000 fliers, and she's urging the public to print out more and post them at stores, truck stops and motels.

"We're not asking you to print out a lot, we're just asking if you have a printer and computer at home, print a couple out,"Tsaplaa said. "If you go to a store, hang it up. If you go to a truck stop or info center, please help us out with the printing."

Klinger is 4'11" tall, weighs 115 pounds, and has brown hair, blue eyes, and tattoos on her right neck and her left forearm. She was last seen driving a black 2000 Chevrolet Malibu with a Pennsylvania registration of JNJ-3201.

Anyone with information on her whereabouts is asked to call state police in Harrisburg at 717-671-7500.


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