Missing Bucks Woman’s Car Found in N.E. Philly
Investigators located the car of a missing Bucks County woman who disappeared three weeks ago after leaving a friends apartment in Philadelphia.
Cassandra “Casey” Johnston 26, a child care worker from Feasterville, was last seen on the morning of July 10th driving her vehicle on the Vine Street Expressway around 6 a.m.
The 2016 Ford Focus found by police was located on Woodhaven Road in the Northeast section of Philadelphia around the 5 p.m Saturday near Roosevelt Boulevard, a source told LBS on the condition of anonymity.
The car was found in a wooded area of the road and has significant damage to it, images sent to LBS from a confidential source depict.
Johnston 26, child care worker from Feasterville, was last seen on the morning of July 10th driving her vehicle on the Vine Street Expressway around 6 a.m.
The Johnston family recently engaged the services of Kevin Ryan a private investigator who specializes in finding missing people who’s working theory has been Johnston was in a car accident that had yet to be located.
Philadelphia Police K-9 units searched the area where the vehicle was located and sources tell Lower Bucks Source a helicopter was also part of the grid search once the vehicle was located.
Now the questions are; Where’s Casey and did she in fact get into an accident or was foul play involved?
A through search of the wooded area and points all around it, is expected to occur early Sunday morning.
Attempts to reach Philadelphia Police for comment were unsuccessful late Saturday night.