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Police still searching for mother, daughter who vanished in NYC

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MIDTOWN (PIX11) -- A mother and daughter from Long Island who visited Manhattan often to see shows on Broadway and tour museums are still missing after their latest excursion almost three weeks later, and police have no leads on where they could be.

Iona Costello, 51, and her 14-year-old daughter Emily were last seen on March 30 when they took their most recent trip to Manhattan, family said. Costello's car is still sitting inside a parking garage on West 42nd Street.

Family members became concerned when Emily didn't return to school after spring break ended. They filed a missing persons report and started spreading the word of their disappearance on social media.

Costello, who was widowed when her husband died in 2012, lived on a farm in Greenport with her daughter. Her late husband left everything to them in his will.

Costello hasn't had any contact with workers on her farm, the New York Daily News reported, and Emily has missed a week of school at this point.

Police say they do not suspect foul play.