Pennsylvania

Woman Disappears Day Before Home Invaders Rob Her Parents: Police

State police say "foul play is suspected" after blood was found on a car belonging to the missing adult daughter of a central Pennsylvania couple robbed at gunpoint and bound with duct tape before their home was set ablaze.

Police in Lycoming County said 33-year-old Michelle Inch hasn't been seen since Tuesday, a day before her parents were robbed by two masked men at their home about 90 miles north of Harrisburg. Her black Honda Accord was found Thursday about 50 miles away.

A preliminary forensic exam of her car turned up blood on the outside of the vehicle, and as of Saturday she hadn't been located and hadn't contacted her family, police said.

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Her boyfriend and another man have been charged with robbery, arson and attempted homicide.

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