FRANKLIN, MASS. (WHDH) - Franklin police say a 35-year-old woman who was reported missing this weekend appears to be out of contact “by her own choice,” but the investigation remains active.
Kayla Quagan, of Franklin, was reported missing on Saturday after last being seen with her dog, Jimmy, at 11 a.m. the morning before.
Police said they have entered Quagan into a national missing persons database, but Quagan left her cell phone at home, making it harder to find out where she may be.
However, officials said she has been spotted on video in the area and appears to be choosing to remain out of contact.
“Franklin Police remain committed to ensuring Quagan’s well-being, however at this time there is no indication that she remains out of contact other than by her own choice,” police said in a statement.
Her vehicle is described as a 2009 gray Honda with the Massachusetts registration number of 8CJ415 and a Fenway Park bumper sticker.
Anyone with information about Quagan’s whereabouts is asked to call Franklin police at 508-528-1212.
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