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State police looking for missing Center Township woman

September 17, 2020 News Extra

Laura Graham-Simonetti, 56, went missing September 6, 2020. Photo courtesy of Allison Chaffee.

A Center Township woman went missing Sept. 6 and police are seeking the public’s help in finding her.

Laura Graham-Simonetti, 56, went missing after she left her house on Beachwood Boulevard and began driving down Glenwood Way toward Route 38. She was driving a white, 2012 Volkswagen Jetta. She is described as a white woman with brown eyes that is 5 feet, 7 inches tall.

After Graham-Simonetti went missing her daughter, Allison Chaffee, was able to see her mother’s online activity and saw that Sept. 3 Graham-Simonetti had bought a train ticket to New Jersey set to depart later that day but refunded it before the train’s departure. She also suspects New York might have been on her list of places to go.

Chaffee described Graham-Simonetti as having reddish, brown hair with strands of blonde highlights.

She also described Graham-Simonetti as very thin, “almost sick looking.”

Anyone with information on the missing woman can contact Pennsylvania State Police’s Butler Barracks at 724-284-8100.