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Elliott Ravert (Left) and Alicia Buzzard (Right)

LEBANON, Pa.–State police are searching for a Lebanon County woman who was taken from a behavioral health facility Tuesday evening.

Alicia Buzzard, 21, was last seen at Phil Haven Hospital in West Cornwall Township at 6:30 p.m. on August 9.

According to police, Elliot Ravert, 18, arrived at the facility, and demanded the nurses give him access to a locked unit where Buzzard was. Ravert displayed a handgun and threatened to shoot the two nurses if he did not unlock the unit.

The nurses unlocked the unit, and Ravert found Buzzard, took a two-way-radio from one of the nurses before leaving in a 2004 green Chevrolet Avalanche truck with a PA license of  ZGY-3594.

Buzzard is described as 5’4″, 140 lbs. with brown, shoulder length hair. Police do have an arrest warrant out for Ravert on charges of robbery, aggravated assault, and terroristic threats.

Police believe that Buzzard may be at special risk of harm or injury, and ask that anyone with any information regarding the location of these individuals should contact police immediately by calling 911.


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