Missing Irvington woman's family sets up website

The family of a missing Irvington woman has set up a new website, hoping it will lead to new information as to her whereabouts.

Betty Iannarelli, who suffers from Alzheimer's, was last seen three weeks ago, and police have very little clues about her disappearance and where she could be.

The website provides photos and information, and there's a $5,000 reward for anything that could help in finding her.

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