A graduate student attending the Catholic University of America in Washington, District of Columbia, has been reported missing, and the authorities are requesting the general public’s assistance in their search for her.
According to the Metropolitan Police Department, 24-year-old Taylor Hackel was last seen on Monday on the 600 block of Jackson Street. This location is just a few blocks from the CUA’s Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception.
On Wednesday, it was discovered that she was missing.
According to a statement made by a spokeswoman for the MPDC to Fox News, the missing persons report for Hackel does not include any indication that she is in danger.
She is described as having blonde hair and blue eyes, standing 5 feet 7 inches tall, and weighing 130 pounds. According to the Metropolitan Police Department, she was last seen wearing a tan sweater, a white shirt, and black jeans.
According to WAOW’s reporting, the person who hailed from Wasau, Wisconsin, attended the John Paul II Institute offered by CUA.
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According to a missing person’s flier circulating online, Hackel’s laptop and automobile were discovered parked at Centro Maria, which is defined as a Catholic dormitory for young women. Centro Maria was the location where Hackel had been staying.
According to the flier, the last time her debit card was used was on October 26 in Georgia.
According to the sources, Hackel received an outstanding scholarship from the National Institute of Health after completing his undergraduate studies in chemistry at the University of Wisconsin at La Crosse.
According to the report, Hackel was a very active volunteer while attending school. He worked with the university’s Food Recovery Network to collect extra food and donate it to hungry people. She also became pen buddies with incarcerated people, volunteered at the local Catholic Charities Warming Center, and served as a meal server for the Salvation Army.
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