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Astoria Woman Goes Missing, Family Asks Public for Help

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Jan. 17, 2016 Staff Report

The family of an Astoria resident is searching for their daughter who went missing on Thursday.

Sierra Shields, 30, a flight attendant, was last seen around noon on Jan. 14 at LaGuardia Airport. She had reportedly told her supervisor that she had  quit.

Shields was scheduled to fly later that day, but never made the flight and has not been seen since. Her phone and wallet were found at her apartment.

The family has started a Facebook page to help find her and is filing a report with police

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