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St. Paul police ask for public’s help to find missing woman

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On Friday, police requested assistance from the public in locating a woman last seen in St. Paul five days prior.

On Thursday, Lou Vue’s family reported her missing.

Her family is worried about her, according to St. Paul police spokesperson Sgt. Mike Ernster. They anticipated that she would have communicated with them.

Around 8 a.m. on Sunday, Vue, 47, was last seen strolling in the 1800 block of Randolph Avenue. She was carrying a gray JanSport bag with pink flamingos and wearing pants and a blue/gray sweatshirt.

According to a warning sent out by the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension on behalf of the police, she was missing her ID and cell phone.

Anyone who has seen Vue or knows where she is is urged to call the police at 651-291-1111.

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