Police seeking Connecticut woman whose belongings were found on trail
VERNON — Police are searching for a Connecticut woman whose belongings were found scattered on a hiking trail.
Vernon police on Sunday said they are "concerned" about 50-year-old Doreen Starkweather. They believe she is homeless.
State police issued a Silver Alert of Starkweather on Friday.
They describe her as a white woman who is approximately 5-feet, 2-inches tall with brown hair and hazel eyes.
Anyone with relevant information is asked to contact Vernon or state police.
It is unclear exactly where police found her belongings.
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