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Family Asks for Help Finding Missing Flight Attendant

New York-based flight attendant reportedly quit her job before going missing, leaving the family to ask for help finding her.

Family and friends of a New York-based flight attendant are asking for the public’s help after their loved one went missing after leaving her job at LaGuardia International Airport (LGA). New York CBS Radio affiliate WINS-AM reports 30-year-old Sierra Shields was last seen on Jan. 14 at the airport and has not been heard from since.

Shields was working as a flight attendant for Shuttle America, a regional airline operating as Delta Connection from LGA. According to her supervisor, Shields abruptly quit her job and left the airport without a trace. New York television station WPIX-TV reports the flight attendant may have been scheduled to fly later that day, but did not make the departure.

The flight attendant reportedly left her personal items behind, which her family says is uncharacteristic for Shields.

“We all love her and we all look forward to sharing our life with her,” her father, Chris Shields, told the New York Post. “We’d just love for her to come home.”

Shields is described as five feet, seven inches tall and weighing around 160 pounds. She was last seen wearing a blue uniform dress. Anyone with any information about her condition is encouraged to call the New York Police Department Crime Stoppers hotline at (800) 577-8477. More information about the missing attendant can be found on a Facebook page created by the Shields family.

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