Published: Wed, June 28, 2017
Worldwide | By Gretchen Simon

Raleigh airport worker reported missing after going on break

Raleigh airport worker reported missing after going on break

The Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Raleigh Police Department are assisting the Raleigh Durham Airport Authority Police Department in their search for an employee who never returned from her break Monday afternoon, RDU officials confirmed.

Allison Cope, 24, was reported missing on Monday at 7pm after she clocked out for a break from her job in Terminal 2 of the North Carolina airport at 3pm. According to the post, she is a supervisor at Starbucks.

Sarah Kosinski told Spectrum News that Cope, who has worked at the Starbucks for four years, only took her keys and left her purse and her phone.

Her roommates are anxious because it's not like her to leave without her phone.

Cope is in her mid-20s and stands 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighs 180 pounds. Kosinski is guessing her friend was heading to her vehicle to check on that item possibly left behind. "They said to us that she went down through the bottom to where they normally take the trash, which is not a normal route for her, which is a little weird", said Kosinski.

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Airport spokesman Andrew Sawyer says he couldn't comment on whether Cope drove away in her vehicle. "She's the most positive person I've ever met".

Surveillance footage shows Cope going down an escalator and leaving Terminal 2 with just keys in her hand, presumably to run to her auto for a minute, according to friends. The vehicle has a sticker for the Change of Heart Pit Bull Rescue.

Friends believe she was running to her vehicle in the employee lot to get something on her break, and something happened to her.

Security records show Cope's 2014 Ford Fusion left the parking lot, but there is no security video that shows who was driving. Workers said they'd spoken with police and didn't remember seeing Cope. "She doesn't think bad of people at all, she's really, like everybody is good, she always said she doesn't hate anybody".

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