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Help Lincoln Co. Sheriff's Office Find Missing WomanSubmitted: 04/27/2013
Story By Lyndsey Stemm


MERRILL - The Lincoln County Sheriff's Office would like your help to find a missing woman.

They're looking for Anita Bucki, from the Town of Corning.

Her husband Mark reported she was last seen Friday morning. Bucki says he and Anita stayed up late talking, and then he went to bed.

He says when he got up early Friday morning she was gone, and all of her personal belongings, car, purse and cell phone were still in the house.

Anita is 5 feet tall, between 120 and 150 pounds, with brown hair and hazel eyes. She was last seen wearing jeans, glasses and a red shirt.

Please call the Lincoln County Sheriff's Office with any information. 715-536-6272



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