Sunday, December 29, 2013
Michigan Doctor Disappears With No Trace; Investigators Are Clueless
30-year old Teleka Patrick From Kalamazoo, Michigan, has disappeared without a trace and investigators are clueless. Patrick, a first-year resident at Western Michigan University, was reportedly was last seen December 5, 2013 in the parking lot of Borgess Medical Center in Kalamazoo, where she worked as a student doctor. Her car has already been found in a ditch more than 100 miles away in the state of Indiana.
Police first discovered her car, in which, they found her wallet and identification, but no car keys. The car had no damage, other than an unexplained flat tire. The very next morning she was reported missing when she failed to come to work. State police used a bloodhound to trace her scent, but the dog traced her steps back to the freeway and stopped.
What puzzles investigators is what caused her to drive more than 100 miles without her cell phone and purse, and without alerting her friends and family. They also say that she had purchased an airline ticket to visit her parents in Florida. She was supposed to leave on December 23rd.
The story has been featured on many primetime news shows including "Good Morning America" and "Nancy Grace".
Anyone who has information about her disappearance is encouraged to call the Kalamazoo County Sheriff's Office immediately at (269) 383-8748 or the Indiana State Police at (219) 696-6242.
A Facebook page for Teleka has been set up at www.facebook.com/FindTeleka
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