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Vigil set for missing Pine Bluff woman
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PINE BLUFF, Ark. (KTHV) - It has been 13 days since the disappearance of Maranda Goldman, and her family is now offering a reward for information regarding her whereabouts.

On Thursday, October 8, 23-year-old Maranda Goldman told her mother she was going to fill out a job application at the Goodwill store in Pine Bluff. Family told THV11 that Goldman told them that the interview went well, but after speaking with Goodwill employees the interview never happened. Her car was found in the parking lot.

"We don't have any indication of foul play right now but, at the same time, we don't have anything ruling it out either," said Pine Bluff Police Officer Richard Wegner.

According to a post made by the family, there has been an account opened at Relyance Bank entitled "BRING MARANDA HOME" and it is intended to for assisting in the search for Goldman and a reward. They are also planning to have a candlelight vigil for Goldman on Friday, 23.  Learn more about it here.

Anyone with information about Goldman's whereabouts is asked to call (870) 730-2090 or (870) 541-5300. Police said information can also be shared at these outlets:

Facebook: pinebluff.pbpd@facebook.com

Twitter: twitter@pbpolicedept

Instagram: @pbpolicedept

Pinterest: @pinebluffpolice

Text-a-Tip-274637 Keyword: PBPD


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