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St. Landry Deputies search for missing woman

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ST. LANDRY, La. (KALB News Channel 5) St. Landry Deputies ask for help in the search for a missing Opelousas woman.

The St. Landry's Parish Sheriff's Office is looking for leads in the disappearance of a woman who was last seen by neighbors in July.

Sandra Tillet, 64, was last seen near her home in Opelousas. Family members from out of state contacted police last week and asked Deputies to check on Tillet because they had not heard from her since June.

On Dec. 14, Deputies contacted Sandra's husband, Arthur Tillet at the couple's residence of 499 Carrington Place, Opelousas. Police said the next day Arthur disappeared as well, and he was arrested on Dec. 17 in Omega, Ga.

St. Landry Police said deputies are on the way to further question him about his wife's disappearance.

Sandra Tillet is a white female, weighing about 150 lbs. and is 5'6" tall. She has gray hair and hazel eyes.

If you have any information about the whereabouts of Sandra Tillet, you are asked to call The St. Landry Sheriff's Office at (337) 948-6516 or St. Landry Crime Stoppers at (337) 948-8477(TIPS). All calls will remain completely anonymous.

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