Tyler State Park, where authorities have been searching for a missing Bucks County woman, is now open to the public, authorities said, but the search for the 21-year-old is ongoing.
No additional clues into the whereabouts of Bensalem resident Lindsey Piccone have been found, Park Ranger Eric Ihlein said Friday. Piccone’s car was found in the state park on Tuesday after she was reported missing.
"We are still searching," Ihlein said, according to Patch.
Police used air, water, terrain and K9 search teams on Wednesday and Thursday when the 1,711 acre park was closed, 6ABC reported. The park is now opened to the public, but some areas might be off limits as the search for Piccone continues.
Police have not shared much information about Piccone’s case, but did say that she was in the park without her dogs or phone, Patch reported.
Family members held a press conference on Wednesday.
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"Lindsey, if you're listening, you are so loved," family member Heather Andrews said, Patch reported. "We aren't giving up until we find you."
Lindsey is 5 feet 3 inches tall, 120 pounds and was last seen wearing a black tank top, according to media sources.
CallBensalem Township Police at 215-633-3719 if you have any information.
URGENT: Lindsey Piccone is missing. She has no phone or ID. her car was found at Tyler State Park. Call 911 if seen pic.twitter.com/h2eNYPOLUK— claude's bff (@keirstinn) September 7, 2016