Jun 7, 2016 6:36 PM

Sister of missing Somersworth woman fears she is off her medication


SOMERSWORTH — A woman says her sister has been missing for nearly a week, and she’s afraid she could be in trouble.

Daye Boulanger says her 65-year-old sister, Denise Bean, who lives with her on Winslow Drive in Somersworth, left Thursday, June 2 in the morning and hasn’t been heard from since.

“I can’t even tell you how unnerving it is to not know," Boulanger said.

Bean has a medical condition, and Boulanger thinks she is off her medication.

She left with little — no phone, money or identification.

"I'm extremely anxious, you know, and a little - I'm scared," Daye said. "I'm scared for her."

Somersworth police have filed with a data base making Denise Bean a missing and endangered person.

Daye says her sister is about 5-feet tall, 130 pounds and may seem non-responsive.

Anyone with information should call Somersworth police at 692-3131.


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