Mankato Police ask for help finding missing 19 year old

Morgan Elizabeth Stolee was last seen Feb. 7.
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Mankato Police are asking for the public's help in finding a 19-year-old woman last seen on Feb. 7. 

Morgan Elizabeth Stolee of Mankato was reported to have left work abruptly around 10 p.m. on Feb. 7 and hasn't been heard from since. 

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Stolee is 5'7'', 140 pounds, black hair, brown eyes. 

She may be driving a dark purple 2011 Ford Fusion with the Minnesota license plate 350-UXH

Police have reason to believe she could have been in McGregor, Minnesota on Feb. 8 and might be with a Trevor Paul Newman, who's last known address was in Belle Plaine, Minnesota. 

Anyone with information is asked to call 911 or Mankato Police at 507-387-8725. 

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