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A concerned family is searching for a Texas counselor who seemingly vanished last week after texting her employer that she would be out sick.

Caroline Gaddis, 39, was reported missing last Tuesday after she didn’t show up for work at her office in Galveston as expected. 

‘I got a call from her office, from her work, and they said, ‘You know, she’s not here yet, your daughter is not here yet, do you know where she is?” her father, Bob Gaddis, told KHOU. ‘I have no idea.’ 

Police were called to conduct a welfare check at Gaddis’ apartment in League City which they said revealed no signs of forced entry or foul play. However, her parents claim the status of their daughter’s residence left them feeling worrisome.

‘It looked lived in, but from my perspective, it looked like she left … behind things that if you’re planning to go somewhere you would not leave it home,’ Bob said. ‘She had a packed overnight bag with clothes in it, cosmetics, her hairdryer, her brush, things that as a woman you don’t typically leave behind, no matter how big of a rush you’re in.’ 

Gaddis was last seen leaving her office on Friday, March 18. Police believe she may have texted her family on March 21, however, her cell phone appears to have since been turned off.   

Caroline Gaddis, 39, seemingly vanished last week after texting her employer that she would be out sick

Caroline Gaddis, 39, seemingly vanished last week after texting her employer that she would be out sick

Caroline Gaddis, 39, seemingly vanished last week after texting her employer that she would be out sick

Her parents became worried for her safety after receiving a call from her workplace asking if they knew where Gaddis was

Her parents became worried for her safety after receiving a call from her workplace asking if they knew where Gaddis was

Her parents became worried for her safety after receiving a call from her workplace asking if they knew where Gaddis was

Gaddis’ parents claim leaving town without notifying anyone is uncharacteristic of their daughter.

‘If she were going away for a week, like, she’s been gone a week … it’s just so … it is not like her not to say something about it,’ her mother, Judy Gaddis, said.     

‘For Caroline to not go [to work] for three or four days for no reason, didn’t call anybody, is really suspicious,’ Bob echoed during an interview with KTRK

‘There’s just kind of a valley from the beginning and your mind is just spinning. What happened here?’

Her dark blue, 2018 Nissan Rogue with Texas license plate MBZ-740 is also missing. 

Police were called to conduct a welfare check at Gaddis' apartment in League City which they said revealed no signs of forced entry or foul play. However, her dad claims they found a packed overnight bag left behind in her unit

Police were called to conduct a welfare check at Gaddis' apartment in League City which they said revealed no signs of forced entry or foul play. However, her dad claims they found a packed overnight bag left behind in her unit

Police were called to conduct a welfare check at Gaddis’ apartment in League City which they said revealed no signs of forced entry or foul play. However, her dad claims they found a packed overnight bag left behind in her unit

Her dark blue, 2018 Nissan Rogue with Texas license plate MBZ-740 is also missing

Her dark blue, 2018 Nissan Rogue with Texas license plate MBZ-740 is also missing

Her dark blue, 2018 Nissan Rogue with Texas license plate MBZ-740 is also missing

A family friend, posting in a Facebook group dedicated to finding Gaddis, alleged her vehicle was spotted about 235 miles away from her residence the day of her disappearance. 

‘The family received an email from the detective tonight. “We believe her vehicle to have last been seen in Lindale, Texas, 12 miles northwest of Tyler on Friday, March 18 at 7:50PM,”‘ Yvonne Michelle Bohaker shared this past Monday.

However, police have not yet confirmed this information. 

Gaddis is 5-foot 5-inches tall and weighs 240 pounds. Police says she has brown hair, hazel eyes and a fair complexion.

Anyone with information about her whereabouts is asked to call League City police at (281) 332-2566 or Texas EquuSearch at (281) 309-9500.

Gaddis was last seen leaving her office on Friday, March 18. She is pictured with her brother

Gaddis was last seen leaving her office on Friday, March 18. She is pictured with her brother

Gaddis was last seen leaving her office on Friday, March 18. She is pictured with her brother

A family friend, posting in a Facebook group dedicated to finding Gaddis, alleged her vehicle was spotted about 235 miles away from her residence the day of her disappearance, although police have not confirmed this information

A family friend, posting in a Facebook group dedicated to finding Gaddis, alleged her vehicle was spotted about 235 miles away from her residence the day of her disappearance, although police have not confirmed this information

A family friend, posting in a Facebook group dedicated to finding Gaddis, alleged her vehicle was spotted about 235 miles away from her residence the day of her disappearance, although police have not confirmed this information

Source: dailymail

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