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Law enforcement is searching for missing Worthington woman

WORTHINGTON -- Authorities are looking for a Worthington woman last seen June 22. According to Worthington Police Detective Dave Hoffman, Carly Chenal Rienstra Romero left with her computer and her purse. "None of her friends have seen her, her m...

Carly Chenal Rienstra Romero

WORTHINGTON -- Authorities are looking for a Worthington woman last seen June 22.

According to Worthington Police Detective Dave Hoffman, Carly Chenal Rienstra Romero left with her computer and her purse.

"None of her friends have seen her, her mother hasn't seen her," Hoffman said Wednesday. "We just want to make sure she's all right."

Romero, 26, is white with blonde hair and brown eyes, is 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighs approximately 140 pounds. Her vehicle is a 2001 Ford Escape.

If anyone has seen her or has ideas regarding her whereabouts, please contact the Worthington Police Department at (507) 372-2136. Anonymous tips can be called into the tip line at (507) 376-8477 or a text message may be sent by texting 372DTF with your tip to 847411 (TIP411).

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