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A Kentucky mother of two, who is looking for a missing person, has now, seemingly, disappeared of themselves.
Andrew Knabel, 37, was last seen leaving a relative’s home in the Audubon Park area of Louisville, ky, around 1 a.m. on Aug. 13, according to the Missing-in America, the organization for which they volunteer.
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Andrew Knabel, 37, was last seen around 1 p.m. on Aug. 13-before they were reported missing.
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At about 1:30 a.m., she used her cell phone to call her friend and ask for a ride to the Louisville Courier-Journal reported. Several security cameras are located in the area, but there were many who were not active as they are in the area.
A friend of Knabel told the WAVE that the mother was upset, and she needed a ride and was too trusting of other people.
“It was obvious that she was trying to get ahold of these people, maybe she was in the car with the wrong person,” said Maricia Kidd, who has a well-known Knabel, for 30 years. She noticed the Knabel car was recently totaled in a hit-and-run accident and said that she would have been fired on the job.
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“Here it is, they will help you to find out from the people, and she will be missed in itself,” said Tracy Leonard, private investigator, and friend of the Knabel. “She’s just a super awesome girl. She also helped me with the search of a missing teenager for about a year and a half ago.”
The group’s founder, Nancy Schaefer, Smith said, Knabel, was a “dedicated member” of the Missing-in America, the first volunteer ever to disappear, just like this one.
“She was loved by so many people,” Smith told the Courier-Journal. “It’s all hands on deck. She’s my little girl…We’re going to find her.”
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Knabel was described as a white woman, with light brown hair. They weigh between 190 and 200 pounds and is 5 feet 7 inches tall. She was last seen wearing a light color tank top and a white pair of trousers.”
Anyone with information is urged to get in touch with Lenny at the 502-618-9337 or Smith 502-500-3026, or to the Louisville Metro Police department to 502-574-5673.