State Police asks the general public for assist in case of lacking individuals | Native information

According to a spokesman for Troop A of the state police, a member of the Seneca Nation of Indians is the target of a possible missing person investigation.

Trooper James O’Callaghan, a public information officer with the state police, said soldiers from the state police barracks in Collins were told by Marshals of the Seneca Nation of Indians at 3 p.m. on Tuesday over the apparent disappearance of Gina J. Baca, 45 , have been contacted. from Angola.

“They found what they thought their vehicle was on State Route 438, but it’s unknown where it is,” said O’Callaghan.

Route 438 runs between Gowanda and Irving through the Cattaraugus Indian Reservation.

O’Callaghan said Baca’s vehicle was found near a wooded area on Route 438.

He said law enforcement is using various resources to locate Baca, including a drone and K-9 dogs, as well as assisting the Seneca Nation of Indians marshals.

The soldiers asked anyone with information to contact the State Police at (585) 344-6200.

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