Cynthia Janette Sullivan (credit: Minneapolis Police)

Cynthia Janette Sullivan (credit: Minneapolis Police)

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Police are asking for the public’s help in finding a 46-year-old Minneapolis woman who hasn’t been seen in a week, and authorities believe she may be in danger.

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Minneapolis police said Cynthia Janette Sullivan, a white woman with medium build, brown eyes and blonde hair standing 5-foot-4-inches tall hasn’t been seen since Thursday, Oct. 24.

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She was last seen at her place of employment in Minneapolis, and no one has been able to reach her – both factors are described as extremely out of character for her.

Her vehicle is also unaccounted for and is a four-door Nissan Altima that’s silver and grey in color, with damage to the passenger side. Her license plate number is MN 288 JNH or MN PHG 481.

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If you have any information, police said call 911.