Reward to find missing woman increased

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With the three-week mark approaching since of 74-year old Hyacinth Gage of Potters went missing, a $15,000 reward is now being offered in the quest to find her.

The family who initially offered a sum of $5,000, increased the total in the hopes of intensifying efforts from the public to find her.

Despite several reports of Gage being sighted across the country, family members have not been able to find her since she was last seen at the Mount St. John’s Medical Center on May 7th.

The elderly old woman who is about five feet tall, light in complexion and weighs around 130 pounds went to the hospital to undergo blood tests and was supposed to rejoin her daughter after the procedure, but has been seen or heard from since.

She was last seen wearing a short wig, a light peach top and three-quarter jeans pants with black sandals and a deep green hoodie with bright orange trim.

Members of the public can contact the police at 462-3913 or 462-3914 or family members at 723-5096 with any further developments.

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