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UPDATE: Mason Co. Missing Person Found

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UPDATE: 

Mason County Sheriff's Department reports that the missing person, Cathie Funke, has been found.

Police responded to a person injury crash on Tuesday July 23rd.

A car crashed along the PM River in Logan Township. It happened on a Forest Service two track North of Hawley Road between Indian Trail and Woods Trail Roads. 

When police arrived they identified the person in the car as the missing person, Cathie Funke.

Funke was transported to Memorial Medical Center where she was treated for non-life threatening injuries.

 

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Just into the 9&10 Newsroom, deputies in Mason county are looking for a woman missing since yesterday morning.

49 year old Cathie Funke, of Summit Township, left home without any possessions around 8:00 Monday morning.

Funke is 5'5", brown eyes, and dyed blonde hair.

She was last seen driving a 1999 maroon Dodge Caravan with license plate number 5FMJ20.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Mason County Sheriff's Office.

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