A pregnant woman went missing after having her first ultrasound
A car belonging to a missing pregnant woman pulled up late Friday night near Tacoma Dome in Washington state, about 10 miles from her home in the Tacoma suburb where she was last seen on Tuesday, the officer said.
Cassandra Cantrell, 33, is three months pregnant, family members told the authorities, and was thrilled with her pregnancy and would never miss her first ultrasound appointment on Wednesday.
The woman was last spotted at the grocery shop
Cantrell lives with his mother in Parkland, an unregistered suburb south of Tacoma. Smith told that she last saw her daughter early Tuesday morning when she (mother) went to work. About an hour later, CCTV caught Cantrell driving away in his 2014 white Mazda 3. Smith said his daughter would go grocery shopping at some point, but she doesn’t think that’s where. she would go, leaving on Tuesday morning.
Pearce County lawmakers said they couldn’t be sure if Cantrell went grocery shopping, but he certainly didn’t use a debit card if he did, as there was no asset in his bank account.
The woman’s phone is not reachable
Cantrell did not return on Tuesday and did not answer calls – and in fact, according to her mother, her phone was off. After missing her doctor’s appointment on Wednesday and there was still no news from her Wednesday night, Smith reported her missing.
Cantrell stands around 5’7 ” tall and 180 lbs, with brown hair and blue eyes.