CALN TOWNSHIP, Pa. - The Caln Township Police Department is searching for a "missing endangered adult female."
They say Barbara Keenan, 52, has not been heard from since seeking treatment at Brandywine Hospital on July 9 and being discharged the same day.
Keenan lives on the 1000 block of Market Street in Marcus Hook, Delaware County. Police say she suffers from a medical condition which requires her to take daily medication.
They say she walks with a lean to the right side and is missing a top tooth that is noticeable when she smiles. She is 5 feet, 2 inches tall with a medium build.
She has dark hair with red highlights and often styles her hair in a braided pony tail down her back.
She was last seen wearing a tie-dyed shirt sleeve shirt, dark capri jeans and purple Croc shoes.
Police say they received a tip on Aug. 5 of a woman matching Keenan's description panhandling at the intersection of Route 322 and Route 23 in Lancaster County.
Anyone with information on Keenan's whereabouts should contact Caln Township Police at 610-383-1821 (8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) or 610-383-7000 (24 hours).
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