Update: Monday 9/18/2023 - New York State Police have located a Mattydale woman reported missing over the weekend. Troopers say the body of Bailey Young, 36, was found in a wooded area in the town of Salina on Monday. Investigators said there were no signs of foul play at the scene, but an autopsy is being conducted to determine her cause of a death. The investigation is ongoing.

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New York State Police are asking for the public's help locating a Central New York woman who hasn't been seen for a couple days.

Troopers say 36-year-old Bailey Young was last seen leaving her home on Saturday. Young lives in Mattydale, police said.

Flyer of missing CNY Woman Bailey Young, via NYSP
Flyer of missing CNY Woman Bailey Young, via NYSP

Young is white, 5-foot-3, approximately 110 pounds, with reddish brown hair and blue eyes (photos included). She was last seen wearing a blue Powell lacrosse crew neck sweatshirt, black exercise pants, black Nike Air Max sneakers, and a blue/gray baseball cap, police said.

Anyone who has information on her whereabouts or who believes they may have seen her this weekend is asked to New York State Police at 315-366-6000.

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