SPRINGFIELD, Ohio (WDTN) - Springfield police are asking for help to find a missing woman.
Amanda Romine disappeared in early July.
Her family reported her missing August 9.
She lives on Avondale Avenue and police say there is no reason why she would just run off.
"Right now, we are just trying to find her. see if she's with somebody. We had information, maybe in the Indian Lake area with some family and friends up there," said Sgt. Jeff Flores, Springfield Police Department.
Police describe Romine as 5'2", 130 pounds with blond hair and blue eyes.
She has a tattoo of a fish on the right side of her neck.
Contact Springfield police at 937-324-7680 if you have any information about Amanda Romine.
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