Bratenahl woman still missing since May, family increases reward money

Updated: Feb. 20, 2020 at 10:44 AM EST
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BRATENAHL, Ohio (WOIO) - The Cleveland FBI gave an update to the public on the whereabouts of Paige Coffey, 27, and her family raised the reward money for information leading to her to $5,000.

The Bratenahl Police Department began the search after she was last seen at a Steelyard Commons retail store on May 7, 2019.

Her family members continued searching by passing out flyers after they thought they saw her on the news during a Thanksgiving morning segment at St. Augustine Hunger Center on Cleveland’s West Side.

[Bratenahl police searching for missing 27-year-old woman last seen on May 7]

Coffey’s family members fear she may be in danger due to a change in mental status, according to police.

The report states Coffey has ties to the Copley, Macedonia, Oakwood and South Euclid areas.

Anyone who has seen Coffey or has information on her whereabouts is urged to call the tipline at 216-622-6842

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