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Police search midstate home of woman missing since '89

Written by The Associated Press | Aug 10, 2017 11:40 AM
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(Milton) -- A state police forensics unit has searched the former home of a midstate woman who's been missing since 1989.

Sunbury police Chief Tim Miller announced in June that the investigation had been reopened when crews were seen removing concrete from a home in Milton.

On Wednesday night, the state police accompanied Sunbury police to a home in Milton where Barbara Miller once lived.

Miller was 30 when she attended a wedding in Milton in June 1989 and was never seen again.

She was reported missing several days later by her ex-boyfriend, a former Sunbury police detective who told investigators that he last saw Miller get into a vehicle with two unidentified males.

Police didn't say what, if anything, they found in searching Miller's former home.

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