Police are searching for a New York woman who was last seen on June 10th.

The Mechanicville Police Department out of Saratoga County, NY is hoping that fellow New Yorkers can help them as they try to locate a 38-year-old woman who was reported missing earlier this month.

Brittney Jaworski
Mechanicville Police Department/Facebook

Brittney Jaworski

38-year-old Brittney Jaworski was last seen on June 10th and is known to frequent areas north of the Hudson Valley including the towns/cities of Schuylerville, Mechanicville, Cohoes, and Albany, New York according to the Mechanicville Police Department Facebook page.

Jaworski is 5'2", has brown eyes, brown hair, and weighs approximately 130 pounds. She also has a full-sleeve tattoo on her right arm.

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If you have any information about her whereabouts or think you might have seen her, the Mechanicville police are asking you to contact them immediately at (518) 664-7383 or you can submit an anonymous tip on the Mechanicville website.

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Remember in cases like this every bit of information is helpful to police, so please get in touch with them ASAP, even if you think whatever information you have isn't relevant. Oftentimes that is how cases like this get solved.


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Unfortunately, thousands of people go missing across New York state every year, currently, New York has the fifth most active missing person cases across the country according to the World Population Review website.

New York currently has 1,066 open missing person cases followed by #4 Alaska (1,272), #3 Florida (1,744), #2 Texas (2,585), and #1 California with 3,362. States that have the lowest number of open missing person cases include #5 New Hampshire (48), #4 Delaware (45), #3 North Dakota (32), #2 South Dakota (30) and #1 Rhode Island has the smallest number of missing persons with 29.

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