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Family searching for missing Augusta woman

Family and friends of 37-year-old Liz Perkins haven't seen her since July 30th, now they are asking police and the community to help find her.

WATERVILLE (NEWS CENTER Maine) -- Family and friends of Liz Munster are holding onto hope a week after she was last seen.

"I just want to know she's alive." Perkins' sister said.

The 37-year was last seen by her family at a Park in Augusta last Sunday. They say since then her phone has been turned off and her Facebook page as remained inactive. Police say the last time she was seen by anyone was July 31st.

"We feel empty, confused, lost." Munster's sister and daughter said.

Munster's family says she struggled with addiction in the past but she had recently decided to get clean. She got a new job and seemed very happy. They say it's not like her to go this long without contacting anyone.

Munster's family has been out searching for her every day that she has been missing.

"It's a constant search." her daughter said.

"We've turned Augusta upside down, there isn't a leaf I haven't turned." Munster's mother said.

If you have any information about Perkins you are asked to contact Augusta police.

Her family says Perkins weighs 180 lbs., has dirty blond and brown hair. She was last seen wearing a pink tank top, blue pants and pink sandals.

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