The search involving family and friends of the missing Northeastern woman Cassandra “Casey” Johnston has been going on for the past two weeks. They have been scouring the streets of a local neighborhood and the surrounding suburbs for the 26-year-old.
Search has Been Agonizing for the Family
“In fact, we have crisscrossed the city, moreover, we have crisscrossed the county, and still nothing,” said her mother, Carolann Johnston. “We just want our girl back.”
The Pennsylvania native Casey, who lives in a local county with her boyfriend, has not been seeing since the early morning hours of July 10, 2021.
Trouble Began When Johnston Dropped her Phone
Carolann and Joseph Johnston, her parents, said Casey had gone out for the night in a local section of Pennsylvania. It was with one of her good friends. It was while they were walking back to the friend’s apartment from the bar in the area of Vine and Franklin streets, Casey did drop her phone.
Then, after a frantic, unsuccessful search for the phone, Casey did leave in her silver 2016 Ford Focus at 5:51 a.m. The Ford Focus was seeing on a security video on Franklin Street heading toward I-95 at 5:52 a.m.
Unfortunately, she never made it home and no one has seen or heard from Casey since.
Family and Friends Walk the Original Route Casey Took Before her Disappearance
Family and friends began to search for Casey right away. Her mother drove to the Jersey Shore. It was where they have a condo. It is to see if maybe Casey has decided to get away for a few days. Other loved ones walked the route Casey walked the night she went missing.
Search: Description of Casey Johnston and her Vehicle
Casey is 5’3” tall and weighs about 180 lbs. and has brown hair and green eyes. In fact, she was last seen wearing a white top and a leopard-printed skirt. Moreover, her 2016 Ford Focus has Temple University stickers on each side of the license plate. There are white paw print stickers on the left rear window.
Anyone that has information on Casey’s whereabouts is being asked to call the Police Department at 215-357-1234 or Detective Stephen Brookes by calling 215-357-1235 ext 339 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.