Police search National Park for missing Woodbridge woman

State Police searching for missing Woodbridge woman

WOODBRIDGE, VA (WWBT) - The search for a missing Woodbridge firefighter whose vehicle was discovered Saturday evening in Madison County will conclude at sundown.

100 federal, state and volunteer search and rescue teams spend the day searching for 31-year-old Nicole K. Mittendorff. They'll resume the search on Tuesday morning.

She was reported missing Friday when she didn't report to her job with Fairfax County Fire and Rescue. A US Park Ranger found her abandoned 2009 Mini Cooper shortly before 8 p.m. Saturday in a parking lot in the Shenandoah National Park.

Family members say she is an avid runner who might have been in the park to use a running trail.

State Police and U.S. Park Police spent the weekend searching by ground and air for Mittendorff.

Mittendorff is a white female with blonde hair and green eyes. She is 5' 6 " tall and weighs approximately 125 pounds.

A "Find Nicole Now" Facebook group is prayer vigil for Mittendorff at 7:30 p.m. Monday at St. Paul United Methodist Church in Woodbridge.

The website find-nicole.com has also been created to provide details to the public about Mittendorff.

There is still no evidence to indicate anything suspicious about Mittendorff's disappearance.

The last contact any family had with her was Wednesday, April 13. She is the spouse of a Virginia State Police employee.

Anyone with information concerning her whereabouts or who may have seen her in the National Park is asked to please call State Police at 703-803-0026 or #77 on a cell phone or 911 or email at questions@vsp.virginia.gov.

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