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WARREN, Ohio -

Warren police are asking the public to help them locate a woman who has been missing for two months.

Police are looking for Regina Lynn DiCenso.  She also goes by the name of Gina.

A daughter told police that she hasn't heard from her mother since May 7, when they last spoke on the phone.

The daughter said her mom was crying and said she needed money.  A man, known only as "JB", grabbed the phone and said that Regina stole approximately 14 bindles of heroin from him and that she needed the money to pay for the drugs.

Since then, daughter said calls to her mother have gone immediately to voice mail.

The daughter believes that her mother has a drug addiction.

Police have checked local hospitals for DiCenso, but have found no indication that she was admitted.

"At this time there's not indication that she is deceased, again, it's a possibility that she is at large and doesn't want to be found," said Detective Patrick Marsico.

Recent attempts to search bank accounts in order to trace her location have turned up nothing. Marsico said they've exhausted all leads, including names of the two men she was with the day of her disappearance. 

DiCenso's daughter said she's unhappy with how long it took for police to bring this matter to the public's attention and fears her mother is dead at this point. 

DiCenso is five foot two inches tall, with brown hair and eyes.

Regina was last seen in the Belvedere area in a gray SUV.

She was wearing an orange shirt and blue jeans. If you have any information, please call Warren police at 330-841-2722.

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