Tyler State Park Reopens as Search for Missing Woman Continues

As the search for a missing woman entered its fourth day, a Pennsylvania state park was set to reopen Friday.

Officials with Tyler State Park told NBC10 the woman, later identified by family members as Lindsey Marie Piccone, was reported missing around 8 p.m. Tuesday. Piccone, 21, did not have her cellphone with her at the time and was last seen Sunday, according to investigators.

Family members say Piccone’s car was found at Tyler State Park yet she still wasn't located after searches were conducted Tuesday night, Wednesday and Thursday. [[392640601, C]]

The park, which is 1,711 acres and located in Newtown and Northampton townships in Bucks County, was set to reopen at 9 a.m. Friday after it had been closed to vehicular traffic Wednesday and Thursday.

Officials asked visitors to be aware of the ongoing search and said some areas may remain secured on Friday.

Searches -- air, water, terrain and K-9 teams have joined the search, according to Bensalem Police -- outside of the park continued as well.

Piccone, who stands around 5-feet, 3-inches tall and weighs about 120 pounds, was wearing a black tank top when she went missing Sunday, said Bensalem Police. [[392810801, C]]

If you have any information on Piccone’s whereabouts, please call Bucks County Emergency Services at 610-982-5411 or her family at 215-385-0387. You can also can Bensalem Police at 215-633-3719.

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