Have you seen Park Sloper Marion McCleneghan?
The 40-year-old 14th Street woman was last seen leaving a party at 14th Street and Seventh Avenue on Feb. 6 and hasn’t called friends or family since.
Now her husband, brother and sister-in-law have begun a frantic search including cold calls and fliers all over the neighborhood.
“This is totally out of character for her,” said Ben Sodo, McCleneghan’s husband, who said the two were recently separated and living apart, but were in daily, friendly contact.
“She just got a new job, she’s extremely happy, and she wouldn’t just pack up and leave,” he said.
A neighbor who last saw McCleneghan told Sodo that the missing woman left the party at around 2 am. When Sodo couldn’t reach her for days and her phone went straight to voicemail, he knew something was up.
“She was at a neighbor’s house, a few blocks from where she lives,” Sodo said. “Something must have happened if she disappeared in that short distance.”
He said McCleneghan was seeing a therapist who was treating her minor anxiety problems, but that the condition and medication didn’t affect her “extremely smart, alert, well-spoken” demeanor.
An NYPD detective on the case said he could not comment, except to say that McCleneghan’s case is a priority. She’s described as 5-foot-10, 150 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes.
Anyone with information on McCleneghan’s whereabouts is asked to call Det. Gibbons at (718) 636-6483. Give case number 109 for reference.
©2010 Community News Group
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