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UPDATE: Search Continues For Missing Stevensville Woman

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CENTREVILLE, Md. - Police are still looking for a Stevensville woman who reportedly went missing on Friday.

Maryland State Police say they are still searching for 51-year-old Robin Pope. She is described as a 5' 4" tall, white woman, with brown hair, who was last seen on Friday evening on Beach Road in Stevensville. Police say that Pope lived at the 100 block home until December, when her and her husband separated.

Police say that her husband is the one who reported her missing on Saturday morning. According to the report, Pope arrived at the home to pick up some belongings, her husband left, and when he came back, her car was still there, but she wasn't.

Maryland State Police have been searching for the woman since the report came in, including looking in nearby waterways. There were also aerial searches using helicopters, and ground searches using Police dogs.

Police say that the Pope family dog was found dead on Saturday, nearby the home, but haven't found the exact cause. They say that they do know it wasn't from drowning or external injuries. Additional tests are still being done.

Police say they have ruled nothing out in connection with the disappearance. They have reportedly already searched homes and vehicles, and spoken with family and friends.

Police are asking anyone with information about Robin Pope to call them at 410-758-1101. Their investigation is still on-going.

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