A 20-year-old Missouri college student vanished on Sunday after sending a final text to her friend that read, “OMG just got pulled over again.”
Toni Anderson drove from her late night job at 4 a.m. to meet up with a friend, only to get pulled over by a police officer at 4:30 a.m. for illegally changing lanes. She then went to a gas station.
At 4:42, she sent the text to her friend. Soon after, she received another text on her cell phone but didn’t respond. After this, there was no sign of Anderson, and a tracking device on her car, used for auto insurance, went silent.
A spokesman for the Kansas City police told People Magazine that they do not suspect foul play. Anderson’s family told another reporter that getting “pulled over again” was likely in reference to Anderson getting pulled over multiple times in the past.
Still, a commenter on a local Facebook community page alleged that there was a man in the area pretending to be a police officer, People reported.
[Image: Twitter, @ToniAnderson2]
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