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Police Need Help Locating Missing San Bernardino Woman for Over a Month

Police Need Help Locating Missing San Bernardino Woman for Over a Month

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SAN BERNARDINO, Ca. – A 48-year-old San Bernardino woman went missing on August 18, 2019, and authorities are asking for the public’s help with information that can lead to her whereabouts. 

 

Yolanda Palma, 48, was living in San Bernardino and was attending the Inland Career Education Center in San Bernardino. She was taking the bus too and from school each day, police said. On August 18, 2019, she left her home on the bus to go to school and never returned home. Police said that she is familiar with the Sinola, Mexico area, where some of her family members live. 

 

She is described as an Hispanic woman who is 5’6” tall and 196 pounds. She has short brown hair and brown eyes. If you have information about the whereabouts of Yolanda please contact the San Bernardino Police Department Missing Person Unit at 909-384-5616 or email SBPDmissingperson@sbcity.org.

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