Police are asking for help as they search for a missing Hudson Valley woman who was last seen shopping at a local Walmart.

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Late Wednesday, New York State Police from the Catskill barracks asked the public for help in finding a missing woman.

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New York State Police are attempting to find 29-year-old Alicia M. Kenyon from the town of Catskill. Kenyon was last seen on March 19 at the Walmart in the village of Catskill, according to New York State Police.

Police describe Kenyon as being 5'6" and 160 pounds. She lives at Catskill Motor Court at 5100 State Route 32 in the town of Catskill. She was last seen wearing a blue jacket and dark camouflage pants, according to New York State Police.

State Police are asking anyone with information regarding Alicia Kenyon to contact the State Police at Catskill at 518-622-8600.

In October 2020, New York State Police asked for help in finding a missing Warwick woman who left a note saying she was going shopping at Kohl’s in Central Valley and would return home that night.

Days later, New York State Police announced Lisa Lachover-Merksamer was found safe. More details about her condition, or why she went missing weren't released.

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