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Police hope public can help find missing Vermont woman

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The family of a missing woman from Vermont is hoping someone in Connecticut may recognize her. (Foster family photo) The family of a missing woman from Vermont is hoping someone in Connecticut may recognize her. (Foster family photo)
OLD SAYBROOK, CT (WFSB) -

Police on Friday released a picture of a missing woman from Vermont.

They said MaryAnn Foster, 59, grew up in Old Saybrook and her family hopes someone from Connecticut may recognize her.

The Rutland County, VT sheriff's office said Foster was last seen Feb. 24 around 8:30 p.m. She was reported missing by her boyfriend after having dinner.

Investigators said she has had no contact with anyone since that time.

They said she left behind her vehicle, purse, cell phone and jacket. The only item she appears to have taken was her Ugg boots.

Foster was not known to have any medical conditions or mental health issues.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Rutland County Sheriff's Department at 802-775-8002.

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