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Deputies search for woman last seen in Metairie

Renita Pequeno (Source: JPSO) Renita Pequeno (Source: JPSO)
JEFFERSON PARISH, LA (WVUE) -

Jefferson Parish deputies need help finding a woman who they said has been missing for more than a week. 

Friends and family reported Renita Pequeno, 35, of Kenner, missing after not being able to get in touch with her. They said the last communication they've had with Pequeno was a brief text on Sept. 5. 

Deputies say she was last seen Sept. 4 in 900 block of Brockenbraugh Court in Metairie.

If you've seen Pequeno, or know where to find her, call the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office Missing Persons Section at (504) 364-5300.

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