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Parents Of Missing 39-Year-Old Woman Say Her Disappearance Is ‘Really Suspicious’
Parents of a missing 39-year-old Texas woman say "it is not like her" to disappear for several days.
The family of a 39-year old Texas woman who was last seen at her office in Gavelston on March 18 are speaking out.
Local outlet KHOU 11 reported that Caroline Gaddis sent a text the next Monday saying she would be out of work sick. The following day when Gaddis did not show up for work, her family got a call.
“I got a call from her office, from her work, and they said, ‘You know, she’s not here yet, your daughter is not here yet do you know where she is?’” her father, Bob Gaddis, told KHOU 11.
Her parents then contacted League City police who did a welfare check at Gaddis’ apartment complex. There were no signs of forced entry, according to ABC 13.
Gaddis' father told KHOU11 that her apartment "looked lived in, but from my perspective, it looked like she left... behind things that if you’re planning to go somewhere you would not leave it home.”
“She had a packed overnight bag with clothes in it, cosmetics, her hairdryer, her brush, things that as a woman you don’t typically leave behind, no matter how big of a rush you’re in,” said Mr. Gaddis.
Gaddis’ parents told ABC 13 that it is “really suspicious” for Caroline to not show up for work.
“If she were going away for a week, like, she’s been gone a week ... it’s just so ... it is not like her not to say something about it,” Caroline Gaddis’ mother, Judy Gaddis, said to KHOU 11.
Gaddis’ family asked EquuSearch, a non profit dedicated to finding missing persons, to help share the word on her disappearance.
Her blue 2018 Nissan Rogue with Texas plate MBZ-7403 along with her keys, and wallet are missing. Gaddis’ phone is also turned off, according to ABC 13.
Caroline Gaddis is 5’5” with long brown hair, hazel eyes, and a fair complexion. Anyone with information concerning Gaddis’ disappearance should contact League City Police at (281) 332-2566 or Texas EquuSearch at (281) 309-9500.