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Albany police want help finding missing woman

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By Karen Cohilas - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - This is a picture of 50-year-old Alice Bean. She was last seen June 6th at her home on Palmyra Road.

Though she's been missing for more than two months, her family only reported her missing Wednesday. They tell police she suffers from severe depression.

While police don't suspect foul place, they would like your help finding Bean.   

"She does have a health issue that is a concern of the family's and she has been missing for a long period of time, so what we're asking for is public assistance. If they've seen her, have any information that would be helpful to us, if they would pass that along," said Phyllis Banks-Whitley, Albany Police Media Manager.

 If you've seen Alice Bean call the Albany Police Department at 229-431-3288.

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