Taylor hackel Missing? Graduated Catholic University Student Taylor Hackel Goes Missing

Metropolitan Police are asking for help finding Taylor Hackel, a student at the Catholic University of America who disappeared on Oct. 24.

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The incident was reported on Oct 26

Taylor hackel goes missing

The 24-year-old was last seen in the 600 block of Jackson Street NE, and her family is “concerned for her welfare,” police said in a statement. Authorities have not released any additional information about the case. Friends of Hackel are also organizing search parties. So far, there have been no sightings of Hackel, and her disappearance remains a mystery.

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Hackel, a student at the John Paul II Institute at Catholic University of America, was reported missing to police on Wednesday. According to a report by WAOW, she was last seen wearing a tan sweater, white shirt and black pants. Hackel is described as 5-foot-7 and weighing 130 pounds, with blonde hair and blue eyes. Taylor hackel has no history of disappearances or mental illness, according to her missing persons report. While there is no mention that Hackel is in danger, the case is being investigated by the Metropolitan Police Department. Anyone with information about her whereabouts is asked to contact the MPD.

When did Taylor hackel was last seen ?

According to the missing person flier circulating online, Hackel’s laptop and car were found parked at Centro Maria – a Catholic residence for young women – where she had been staying. Her debit card was last used on Oct. 26 in Georgia.

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From what we can piece together, it seems that Hackel disappeared sometime between Oct. 26 and the present day and her car and laptop – were all left behind. Her debit card was used in Georgia on Oct. 26, but it’s unclear if she was the one who used it or if someone else has access to her account.

Hackel graduated from the University of Wisconsin La Crosse with a bachelor’s degree in chemistry and was selected for a prestigious fellowship through the National Institute of Health, according to an article on UWL’s website. She has a bright future ahead.

It’s tragic when anyone goes missing, but it’s especially worrisome when it’s someone like Hackel – a young woman with so much potential. We hope that she is found safe and sound and that whoever is responsible for her disappearance is brought to justice.

Hackel’s whereabouts are unknown, and anyone with information is urged to call MPD’s Youth and Family Services Division at (202) 727-9099.