Police in Endicott are seeking information about a woman who has been reported missing.

Investigators on Tuesday announced that 78-year-old Serenia Riveras of Endicott was reported missing by relatives.

Riveras was described as a white female; 5-feet, 4 inches tall; weighing 200 pounds.

The woman was last seen on the Vestal Parkway around 9:30 a.m. Saturday. She was wearing a maroon V-neck sweatshirt and blue jeans.

Police said Riveras suffers from several medical conditions.

The woman drives a grey 2006 Nissan Murano with New York license plates LEM-6343. The plates are white with the "Excelsior" design.

People with information about Riveras may contact the Endicott Police Department at (607) 785-3341 using option 2.

The Endicott Police Department is requesting assistance in the investigation of a Missing Person report.

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