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Missing woman Kortne Stouffer still hasn't been located as her disappearance continues through its second week. Today search teams are scouring parts of Palmyra and Derry Township in hopes of finding evidence in her case and police are continuing in their investigation. This disappearance has been deemed "suspicious," which indicates that something horrible may have happened to the missing woman.
On the other hand, it's not unlikely for someone to have met Kortne at the club she had just left before vanishing.
About 50 volunteers are searching for 21-year-old Palmyra woman Kortne Stouffer in Palmyra and Derry Township this afternoon. Stouffer has been missing since July 29. A reward of $22,500 is being offered for information that leads to Kortne's return.
Karl E. Rominger, an attorney who was a member of the team that represented Jerry Sandusky in his sexual assault trial recently in Centre County, has signed on to help the family of a missing Palmyra woman.
Palmyra police were among the last to see 21-year-old Kortne Stouffer, who has been missing without a trace for more than a week...
...According to a review of Lebanon County Emergency Management Agency dispatch logs, Palmyra Borough police were dispatched to Stouffer's apartment building at 810 W. Main St. twice in the early morning hours of July 29, the day and time she went missing.