DRAVOSBURG, Pa. - Police are still searching for a missing Dravosburg woman.
Heather Short, 46, has been missing since Nov. 6. She was last seen visiting friends at a residence on 3rd Avenue in West Mifflin.
She is described as 6 feet tall with a medium build with short blonde hair and wears glasses, police said. She has a tattoo on the left side of her neck with the word Lynn.
Police said Short has a physical impairment on her right leg which causes her to walk with a limp and sometimes use crutches.
Short has drug dependency issues, police said.
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Short's family held a news conference around 1:30 p.m. Friday. They told the story of her life, including her time as a school teacher.
Short's mother and children were joined with representatives from the Allegheny County Police Department.
Anyone with information concerning Short is asked to call police at 833-255-8477.
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