Police: Missing woman ‘in desperate need of meds’

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BEDFORD, Ohio — A Bedford woman has been missing for close to two weeks, and police say she is in desperate need of her medication.

Sherridon Simms was reported missing on June 13.  At that point, her family said she had not been seen in two days.

The Bedford Police Department announced her disappearance on June 19, which was when Fox 8 News first ran the story to alert the public.

On Monday, the department once again reached out for assistance in locating her.

Simms, 27, is known to frequent the Cuyahoga County libraries and uses the RTA bus system.

She has no distinguishing marks or tattoos.

Anyone who has seen Simms or knows her whereabouts is asked to call the Beford Police Department at 440-232-1235.

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