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Family Fights to Find Missing Woman

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Katie Kyros
The Ultimate Wrestling Experience got in the ring tonight in Dauphin County, but it wasn’t just about the pin. The event was held in honor of missing Lebanon County woman Kortne Stouffer.
It’s been 14 months since she went missing from her Palmyra apartment on July 29, 2012.
“There’s evil in this world and I just want to find out what happened to her and where she is,” says her mother, Wendy Stouffer.
Stouffer is hoping wrestling fans will see Kortne’s name and face and be able to help find her.

“I can’t imagine, I have a daughter myself,” says Travis Shirk, owner of the Ultimate Wrestling Experience. “And I can’t imagine, every night not knowing where she’s at.”

The family collected donations, which will go to their reward fund for information about Kortne. The fund is up to $42,000.
If you have any information that could help Kortne’s family find her, call (717) 838-8189 or email Kortneinfo@gmail.com.