Police in Pennsylvania may be investigating the disappearance of a 21-year-old girl as a possible kidnapping.
A warrant used to search the apartment of Kortne Stouffer, who went missing on July 29 after a night out in Harrisburg, lists kidnapping as the potential cause of her disapperance, according to CBS.
The complete document remains sealed, the report says.
Police responded to a pair of noise complaints on the night Stouffer went missing. The first, at approximately 3:15 a.m, occurred when Stouffer argued with a downstairs neighbor after returning to her apartment with a male friend. Police also responded to a second noise complaint around 4:12 a.m., but when they arrived the building was quiet.
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"It's just so strange that she could just disappear, just fall off the earth and nobody heard anything, nobody saw anything, nobody knows anything, nobody's talking," Wendy Stougger, the girl's mother said, according to a recent HPVTV report.
The district attorney is reportedly treating the case as a suspicious disappearance, rather than a kidnapping, according to CBS.
Stouffer is five feet eight inches tall and weighs 115 pounds. She has green eyes and blonde hair worn in dreadlocks. She has a "One Love" tattoo on her right bicep, a star tattoo on her left foot and a flower and pistol tattoo on her left hip. Anyone with information regarding her whereabouts is encouraged to contact the Palmyra Borough Police Department at (717) 838-8188 or (717) 838-8189.