Missing Royersford Woman Deirdre Magolon Seen in Kensington, May Be Suicidal [UPDATED]

Her disabled car was found on 422 on Friday.


UPDATE: Deirdre Magolon has been found.


On Monday, we told you about Deirdre Magolon, the 20-year-old Royersford woman missing since Friday evening, when she abandoned her car on 422. And now the Upper Providence Township Police Department has released new information in the investigation.

Citing credible tips received on Monday, police have been able to confirm that Magolon left her disabled car on the road and then hitchhiked to the intersection of Rosehill Street and East Ontario Street in the Kensington neighborhood of Philadelphia.

That was on Friday.

Then, say police, Magolon was spotted near Kensington Avenue and Front Street on Saturday and on Kensington and Aramingo avenues on Sunday.

According to police, Magolon suffers from mental health problems and has attempted suicide previously. In January, Upper Providence police arrested Magolon, charging her with use or possession of drug paraphernalia and drug possession. Bail was set at $10,000. The paraphernalia charge was withdrawn, and she is scheduled for formal arraignment in Montgomery County Court on April 1st.

Magolon was last seen wearing a gray or green parka with a fur collar, gray sweatpants, a hooded sweatshirt and gray Uggs.

Anyone with information is being asked to contact Upper Providence Police at 484-391-2336 or via email at 015bec@uprov-montco.org.

For confidential support if you are having thoughts of suicide, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255). Learn about the warning signs of suicide at the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.

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