GREENSBURG (KDKA) – State police in Greensburg are asking for the public’s help in locating a missing woman.
According to state police, 37-year-old Rebecca Stahl was last seen at her home on Feb. 20.
She hasn’t talked to her family since Feb. 18. Stahl’s family said she was supposed to have a girl’s night in with her sister and never called to confirm plans.
On Tuesday, her father reported her as missing around 10:30 a.m.
The Derry Middle School teacher had been off work recovering at her Hempfield home after a recent surgery and her family is concerned that she left home without her medication.
“It looks to be that she had only left with the clothing on her back, and her purse and her phone as well,” said Trooper Steve Limani, of the Pennsylvania State Police.
State police are now working with Stahl’s family and friends to gather clues as to where she may have gone. Her family is very concerned but also staying positive.
“I want her to know that we love her so much and we want her home safe and if she’s able to call us, please call us,” said Kelly Beltz, Stahl’s sister. “We’re worried sick and we just want her back.”
Stahl is described as being 5-feet, 4-inches tall with brown eyes and short, blonde, spiked hair.
She was last seen wearing a brown jumpsuit with white sneakers.
Anyone with information is asked to call state police in Greensburg at (724)-832-3288.