Abigail Toeneboehn has been found safe. She left on her own free will according to police.
Abigail Toeneboehn, 22, was last seen at 10:30 p.m. Thursday, February 25, 2021 at an apartment at the West Creek Stables on 2451 Perkerson Mill Road in Austell, Georgia. West Creek Stables is “a full-service hunter/jumper training program with something to offer for all ages and levels of riders,” according to their website.
Abigail travels from Auburn, Alabama to Austell, Georgia in Cobb County where she trains for horseback riding. Three to five days a week she stays with a roommate at the West Creek Stables.
Abi had gone to bed that night, according to her cousin, Monica who I spoke to. The roommate heard the door open around 10:30 p.m. that night. The roommate heard the noise and when Abi couldn’t be located figured that it may have been her leaving around 10:30. Monica also added, “The apartment is inside the barn, right above the stables so it is easy access to the stables below without having to go outside.”
Police say Toeneboehn’s disappearance is suspicious. Her keys, wallet, cellphone and personal items were left behind. Toeneboehn’s car was left on the property.
There are cameras on the front of the barn. according to Monica. “Not on the side door which we think she exited out of. Dogs followed a trail from her tack box to the side door, and out towards the main road by the barn. Ended there,” said Monica.
The police searched for Abi and brought in K-9 dogs, but were not able to locate her.
The Police have gone through Abi’s phone records and social media accounts, and said there’s no indication of her texting anyone to meet up.
Abi became recently single and her exboyfriend has been serving out of the country and is considered not a suspect.
Cobb County Bureau Chief Chris Jose