Family Seeks Answers In Disappearance Of Young Mother

Family Seeks Answers In Disappearance Of Young Mother

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YEADON, Pa. -

A family is torn to pieces wondering what happened to their loved one who has been missing for three weeks.

Fannie Gayee, 26, is the mother of a 2-year old boy.

Her relatives gathered in Yeadon, Delaware County, on Sunday night for a prayer vigil. They desperately want to know what happened just one day after Fannie came home from the hospital.

They say she was in her bedroom in the middle of the afternoon, then she vanished.

Her family is worried because Fannie has bipolar disorder.

If you have information about Fannie, please call Delaware County police.

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