MEDICAL NEEDS #MISSING: Nina Coe, 56 - Middleton, CONNECTICUT (may need immediate medical attention) medic

The family of a city woman who hasn't been seen in more than two weeks and suffers from substance dependency and emotional health issues is asking the public for help finding her.

Nina Coe, 56, was last seen July 16 in the mid-afternoon after returning from an appointment in "good spirits," police said in a statement.

During a press conference Friday at police headquarters, Nina's sisters, Dale Ocelik and Barbara and Carol Plourde, said Coe had contact with family on a daily basis, adding it was "highly unusual" not to hear from her, according to a statement.

Coe, who has a medical need and is dependent upon alcohol and pain medication, may need immediate medical attention, according to police Capt. Gary Wallace.

The department's Special Investigations Unit, assissted by the Patrol Division and Major Investigations Unit are investigating her disappearance, with support from state police and Middlesex County State's Attorney's office.

Anyone with information is asked to call Middletown police at 860-638-4000.


Amy Kinney
Missing Alerts Manager
Board of Director
LostNMissing, Inc.
501c(3) Nonprofit 

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