It’s a question many in her hometown of Port Hope have been asking for weeks.
“She will be missing 30 days Thursday,” said Port Hope Police Insp. Katie Andrews. “Her family and friends are very worried about her.”
Madison Chard, 29, has not been seen or heard from since April 19 when she disappeared in mysterious fashion.
“I saw her at 6:00 am before going to work in her room, sleeping,” her father Mark Chard, a local fire fighter, posted on Facebook this week. “Her mother saw her fly out of the house at approximately 2:00 p.m saying she was going to a friends. At 2:37 p.m Madi arrived at 142 Walton St… at 5:07 p.m she left Walton St. with (a friend). They walked to the Pharma Save area, where she separated to walk home… Madi’s last text to her mother was at 5:49pm. Her mother sent her others that showed as delivered, but never read. All transactions from her phone stopped at that time.”
It’s like she vanished into thin air.
But it gets stranger. When using location software they determined her phone had been to an address in Port Hope and another in Cobourg.
“There were no texts or calls made from her phone since the 19th,” said her dad. “Then her phone went dark.”
On April 22, a friend said “Madi’s phone showed up at her place but there was no case or SIM CARD… the police have the phone now with computer forensics.”
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