Lindsey Piccone Search Update: Police Still Have No Clues As Search For 21-Year-Old Who Disappeared In Pennsylvania State Park Enters Third Day

The search for Lindsey Piccone has started to grow desperate as a crew of more than 50 people combed a Pennsylvania state park for the third day with still no sign of the missing woman.

The 21-year-old Piccone was reported missing by family members on Tuesday after she sent missing in Tyler State Park, though family said it had been since Sunday that they heard from her, NBC Philadelphia reported. Authorities located Piccone’s car inside the park, but searches on Tuesday night and into Wednesday found no sign of her. It is not known exactly how or when she disappeared.

Police closed the park to visitors and vehicle traffic during the search, which included close to 50 trained searchers including K-9 units. Some family members were also involved, but police did not open the search to volunteers because of the wooded nature of the park.

As the search for Lindsey Piccone continued on Thursday morning, authorities said they still had no clues about her disappearance, reported. Police have also not said if they suspect foul play in Piccone’s disappearance.

There is a lot of ground to cover in Tyler State Park, NBC Philadelphia noted. The park is situated on 1,711 acres and covers the Newtown and Northampton townships in Bucks County. The search is also complicated by the fact that Lindsey Piccone did not have her cell phone with her during the visit to the park.

Police in Bensalem have now reached out to the public in help finding Piccone, posting a message on the department’s Facebook page with a picture of Lindsey along with details about her disappearance.

“The Bensalem Township Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in locating 21 year old Lindsey Piccone from Bensalem. Lindsey was last seen on Tuesday, September 6 in Bensalem and her vehicle was later found at Tyler State Park. Since the discovery of her vehicle, multiple searches of the park have been conducted by local police and fire departments with the assistance of K-9 units from the PA Wilderness Search and Rescue team.”

The search has grown in the days since Lindsey’s disappearance. As the Bucks County Courier Times noted, there are now many agencies across the region that have joined the search efforts.

“Search and rescue trained DCNR personnel have been working with Bucks County Emergency Services; police departments from Bensalem, Newtown, Northampton and Philadelphia; Pennsylvania State Police; Northampton Fire Co.; Newtown Fire Association; Trevose Fire Co.; Newtown Ambulance Squad and at least two K-9 search and rescue teams. Philadelphia police contributed their helicopter, which was using infrared technology to pick up on body heat, to the search.”

Family members have also pleaded for anyone with information to come forward and sent a message directly to Lindsey in the hope that she might hear it.

“Lindsey, if you’re listening, you are so loved,” said family member Heather Andrews during a press conference on Wednesday (via “We aren’t giving up until we find you.”

Many family and friends have also taken to social media, leaving messages on Facebook and Twitter to spread the word about her disappearance.

Authorities believe Lindsey was very familiar with the park, where she often visited with her two dogs. The search has also extended to other areas of Bucks County where Lindsey was known to frequent, police said.

Lindsey Piccone stands 5-foot-3 inches tall and weighs close to 120 pounds. She was last seen wearing a black tank top, police said. Anyone with information on her disappearance or potential whereabouts is asked to call Bucks County Emergency Services at 610-982-5411 or Bensalem Police at 215-633-3719.

[Image via Bensalem Police]

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