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Chattanooga police are searching for a missing woman

WRCB Staff

CHATTANOOGA (WRCB) Police are searching for 40 year old Jennifer Germann.
      Sunday night Eyewitness News spoke with Germann's father.  He says her car has been found near the Olgiati Bridge, but there is still no sign of Germann.
      Germann was last seen Friday in the early morning hours.
      If you have any information that can help authorities find her, call Chattanooga Police at 698-2525.

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