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Investigators Search Rivers for Clues in Disappearance of Greenfield Woman

(Ctsy: Greenfield Police)

(Ctsy: Greenfield Police)

GREENFIELD, Mass. (WGGB) — Investigators have taken to a local bodies of water in a search for clues in the disappearance of a Franklin County woman.

Thursday afternoon, members of the Greenfield Police and Fire Departments went out into the Deerfield and Connecticut Rivers and the river’s banks, as part of the investigation into the disappearance of 35-year-old Rebecca Streeter of Greenfield.

Streeter was reported missing the last week of February and authorities have been searching for her since then.

Thursday’s search effort was assisted by the Mass. State Police Air Wing.

Greenfield Police Lt. William Gordon says that Thursday’s search effort was assisted by the Mass. State Police airwing.

Gordon explains that investigators would have liked to search the river earlier, but it was not safe to do. He says that the river just recently entered a stage where it’s safe for searching.

Police say that Thursday’s search yielded negative results.

Police ask that if you have any information that could help them locate Streeter, or if you believe you may have seen her to please contact the Greenfield Police Department at (413) 773-5411.

(Photo Courtesy: Greenfield Police)

(Photo Courtesy: Greenfield Police)

(Photo Courtesy: Greenfield Police)

(Photo Courtesy: Greenfield Police)

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