Waterloo police looking for missing Kitchener woman

Waterloo Regional Police have released a photograph of a missing Kitchener woman last seen by family members in 2010.

Waterloo Regional Police have released a photograph of a missing Kitchener woman last seen several years ago. 

Lana Smith, 60, is also known as Lana Copeland. She was last seen by family members in 2010.

She is described as white, 5'3", 150 lbs, blue eyes and brown hair. In a release, police said she is "known to frequent the downtown area of Kitchener."

Police ask anyone with information relating to Smith's whereabouts to contact central division detectives at 519-653-7700 ext. 4499.

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