Emily Anderson missing from Illinois

Photo – Cait Duuell

Emily Anderson, 25, is missing from Loves Park, Illinois.  She was last seen on Sunday, June 19, 2017.  Emily left work at Shooters A where she bartender.  She stopped to meet friends at Rascals.  She left there and told her friends she was going to Steak n Shake before going home.  She has not been seen since, reports WIFR. Her family is offering a $10,000 reward for information to her whereabouts.

“We are just hoping someone can please come forward and help get her home safe. If she has her medication she only has enough to last her until July 9th, she cannot function properly without it. We are very scared as this is not something she has ever done before or would do on her own,” says Emily’s sister, Caitlin Dull.

Emily is 5’6″ tall and 130 pounds with black hair and green eyes.  She was last seen wearing black slacks and a white top. Her noise is pierced and she has tattoos on her chest and both arms.  She may be driving a silver 2002 Pontiac Grand Am with Illinois plates V414149.

Here is the information we have from Emily’s sister:

PLEASE IF ANYONE HAS SEEN MY LITTLE SISTER Emily Anne CONTACT MY FAMILY OR THE POLICE IMMEDIATELY. SHE WAS LAST SEEN EARLY MONDAY MORNING DROPPING A FRIEND OFF AND HAS NOT BEEN HEARD FROM SINCE 4:07 AM. HER PHONE IS OFF AND SHE HAS NOT ATTEMPTED TO CONTACT ANYONE.

EMILY HAS EPILEPSY AND NEEDS HER CONTACTS OR GLASSES TO SEE PROPERLY. SHE HAS TO HAVE DAILY MEDICATION IN ORDER TO FUNCTION PROPERLY BECAUSE OF HER EPILEPSY.

PLEASE IF YOU KNOW ANYTHING, HAVE SEEN HER OR HAVE HER RETURN HER TO HER FAMILY!!!! HER SISTERS, FATHER, NEPHEWS, NIECES, FRIENDS AND FAMILY ARE WORRIED SICK!

EMILY DRIVES A SILVER TWO DOOR PONTIAC GRAND AM WITH A SLIGHTLY DAMAGED FRONT BUMPER.

Loves Park Police Dept.

 

Anyone with information on Anderson’s whereabouts is asked to call the Loves Park Police Department.

Photo – Cait Duuell
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