PHOENIX - A California woman is pleading for help after her twin sister went missing last week in Phoenix.
Police say 49-year-old Kathy Trogden was last seen around 6:20 p.m. Saturday, February 2 getting on a Greyhound bus.
Kathy's sister Kimberly says Kathy was on her way to Suisun City, California, but never made it.
Kimberly says Kathy is deaf and only communicates through sign language or written words.
Police spokesman Tommy Thompson says Phoenix police are assisting the Suisun City Police Department with the case.
If you have any information regarding Kathy's whereabouts, please call police
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