Missing woman: No contact with family or friends, not used phone or bank account
September 20th, 2010 2:05 am ET
LYNNWOOD, WASH. - Thirty-five-year-old Cassandra Lennon went missing September 15 after she and her husband had a disagreement. She said she wanted to leave for a while to cool off. She has not been seen since.
Her husband, Stephen Lennon, has contacted media to inform them that his wife is missing, and that he has contacted the Lynnwood Police Department.
According to Stephen, Lynnwood Police have their team of detectives searching for his wife. Cassandra has been registered in the state and national database of missing persons.
Their car, Stephen said, was flagged with Washington State Police. So far, he said, there have been no leads.
Stephen has been posting messages on Facebook and Twitter and created an impromptu missing person’s flier – click here to see flier.
“The hardest conversation I’ve ever had to have was with my two boys today, telling them we don’t know where mom is and if/when she’ll be home,” Stephen said.
Stephen Lennon provided the following information:
“Cassandra Lennon was last seen on Wednesday 9/15/2010. She was working at the Alderwood Barnes and Noble store and clocked out at 10:30pm.
“She was driving our white 2004 Subaru Outback wagon with Washington license plate 491 RZU.
“She is diagnosed with depression. Anyone having any information are encouraged to dial 911 from anywhere in the country.”
Name: Cassandra Lennon
Height: 5’ 5”
Weight: 140 lbs.
Missing: Lynnwood/Edmonds, Washington
Identifying characteristics: Faded Eeyore tattoo on left inside ankle
Details: Last seen driving a white Subura Outback Wagon, WA License 491 RZU.
Cassandra suffers from depression. Since she went missing September 15, she has not used her cell phone and there have been no bank records indicating she used any of her accounts.
Cassandra has friends and family in several different states and she loves the outdoors. She has close connections in South Carolina, Disneyland, Orange County, San Bernardino, CA, Highland, CA, Phoenix, AZ, Lake Havasu, AZ, Durango, CO, and loves Yosemite.
Police are asking if you have any information to please call 911 immediately.