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Family searching for missing hearing impaired woman

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Denice Ostrander Rivera (Source: Juanita Rivera-Smith) Denice Ostrander Rivera (Source: Juanita Rivera-Smith)

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – The family of a hearing impaired woman is asking for the communities help to locate her.

According to Denice Ostrander Rivera's sister-in-law, Juanita Rivera-Smith, Denice Rivera, 41, was last seen September 16 at her home in the Clifton area.

Juanita Rivera-Smith said Denice Rivera did not have her purse, money or a vehicle.

Juanita Rivera-Smith said a missing person's report has been filed. Anyone with information on Denice Rivera's location is asked to contract Louisville Metro Police Department anonymous tip line at (502) 574-LMPD.

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