Missing, endangered Castle Shannon woman reportedly seen in Pittsburgh’s North side

CASTLE SHANNON, Pa. — A missing and endangered woman has reportedly been seen in Pittsburgh’s North Side, but Castle Shannon police are still searching for her.

Emily Stalter was last seen Oct. 10 at 12:30 p.m. in Collier, police said.

Stalter, 32, is described as a white woman, 5 feet, 5 inches tall and weighing 120 pounds. She has hazel eyes and brown hair that was recently shaved.

Police said Stalter lives on Hoodridge Drive in Castle Shannon and works at the Trader Joe’s in Upper St. Clair.

Police also said that on the day Stalter was last seen, she was known to be in Washington County and then in Mercer County.

Stalter’s vehicle was located in Crawford County

According to officials, surveillance photos from the day Stalter went missing show her leaving her home wearing a blue t-shirt with some sort of floral pattern.

Stalter’s vehicle was located in Crawford County on a private road in West Mead Township.

Police said Stalter has health issues and her family is concerned for her well-being.

The family owns property in Venango County and the state police in that area have been advised to look out for her, according to police.

Anyone with information about Stalter’s whereabouts should call 911 and ask to be directed to Castle Shannon police.

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