A Brooklyn, New York, woman vanished after leaving a party on Feb. 6 and has not been seen or heard from since, The Brooklyn Paper reported.
Marion McCleneghan, 40, left a party at 14th Street and Seventh Avenue around 2 a.m., according to a neighbor who was the last person to see her, the paper reported.
“This is totally out of character for her,” Ben Sodo, McCleneghan’s husband, told the paper.
The couple recently separated, but Sodo said they were in friendly, daily contact with each other before McCleneghan disappeared.
“She just got a new job, she’s extremely happy, and she wouldn’t just pack up and leave,” Sodo said, according to the paper.
Sodo said he became concerned after he couldn’t get in touch with her and her phone kept going straight to voicemail.
“She was at a neighbor’s house, a few blocks from where she lives,” Sodo said, referring to where McCleneghan was last seen the night she vanished.
“Something must have happened if she disappeared in that short distance.”
An NYPD detective called McCleneghan’s case a priority, the paper reported.
She is described as 5-foot-10, 150 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes, according to the paper.
Police are asking anyone with information about McCleneghan’s whereabouts to contact Detective Gibbons at (718) 636-6483 and reference case 109.