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Pennsylvania State Police issue missing person alert for woman abducted by murder suspect

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Police are searching for 31-year-old Shameeka Thompson who they say was abducted by 26-year-old Dehmier Harmon. PHILADELPHIA - Authorities in Pennsylvania are searching for a woman who they say was abducted on Friday by a man wanted for murder.The Pennsylvania State Police issued a Missing Endangered Person alert for 31-year-old Shameeka Thompson on Friday night.

According to police, Thompson was abducted 26-year-old Dehmier Harmon. Investigators say Thompson was last seen in the area of West 21st Street in Chester.Thompson is described at 5-foot-8, 180 pounds with black hair and brown eyes.

Police say she was last seen wearing a cheetah print shirt with a brown scarf and blue jeans.Harmon, according to the City of Chester Police Department, is wanted in the murder of Leon Culbreath.

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