Update, Jan. 22, 9:05 a.m.: Frankin police said on Twitter Wednesday that they have found the woman who was reported missing and a well-being check was done. Police have not released any additional information on the woman’s whereabouts and said in the tweet that no further updates would be made.
FRANKLIN, Mass. — Police are asking the public for help finding a missing Franklin woman.
Franklin police say 35-year-old Kayla Quagan was last seen the morning of Friday, Jan. 17. Quagan may be driving a 2009 gray Honda with the Massachusetts registration 8CJ415 and was last seen with her small dog, Jimmy.
Quagan’s roommate said the 35-year-old left the house Friday morning wearing casual clothes. Quagan’s sister says that the disappearance is concerning because it is something that has never happened before.
“She’s just a great person," Quagan’s sister said. "She has an amazing group of friends and she is always doing something. She’s a great girl.”
Quagan left her home Friday without her laptop and her dog’s special dog food. Her roommate told Boston 25 News that Quagan left her phone at work last week.
Investigators have entered Quagan’s name into the National Missing Person’s Database. Police have not found any signs of foul play and say there, “is no indication that she remains out of contact other than by her own choice.”
“Whatever is happening, I just want her to get home safe,” Quagan’s sister said.
Anyone with information is asked to call Franklin police at 508-528-1212.
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