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Jeanette Ciaramella told boyfriend to look for her if she came up missing

Jeannette Ciaramella

Jeannette Ciaramella, 31, has been missing from Clyde, NY since November 27, 2018. She was last seen by her boyfriend Marcus Lee, before she went to meet someone, but never showed up.

Lee posted on social media: “Update on my girlfriend Jeannette Ciaramella she is still missing and still hasn’t contacted me or anyone else so if you know any details on where she might be or anyone she might be with or talks too get ahold of me on here or contact the Clyde police/Wayne county sheriff’s department or state police or just call 911 she has never just disappeared like this and not contacted me it’s not like her to do this she’s got a daughter who needs her mother home last place she was seen was at my house here in clyde New York any and all help to find her is much appreciated with everyone’s help we can find her the pictures below were taken before she went missing on Tuesday November 27 around 9 am thank you everyone for your help let’s bring her home.”

Lee told WHEC news, that Jeanette was afraid of some people she may have owed money to. She would not tell him a lot, but did tell him to look for her if she turned up missing.

If you have any information, please call the Clyde Police at (315) 923-3121 or leave a tip here.

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