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    Sunday, March 30 2014 9:47 AM EDT2014-03-30 13:47:16 GMT
    Patricia McKayPatricia McKay
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WYANDOTTE, Mich. (WJBK) - Wyandotte Police are looking for a woman who vanished while biking to work Wednesday. 

According to her son-in-law, the last time anyone talked to Patricia McKay was around 9:30 am Wednesday morning. She was on her way to work at the Wendy's at Dix and Toledo. McKay rides her bike from Biddle in Wyandotte each day taking the same route: Biddle to Outer Drive, Outer Drive to Dix, Dix to Oakwood.

She was wearing a long green winter jacket and riding a purple bike with a basket on the front. According to her family, she has never disappeared before.

If you have any information, please contact Wyandotte Police at 734-324-4405.
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