*This is a developing story and will be updated as additional information becomes available.*
North Carolina authorities are searching for a missing Wilmington woman who may have thrown out her cellphone in fear of someone tracking her.
According to the Wilmington Police Department, 43-year-old Kristin Glass has not been seen or heard from since October 5. She was last seen at Topsail Beach, according to a missing persons flyer shared on social media.
On Monday, authorities found her cellphone off of the side of the road, behind a trashcan at Topsail Beach, Port City Daily reports. Topsail Beach Police Chief Samuel Gervase told the outlet that authorities believe she threw her phone from a car window because she thought she was being tracked via her phone’s GPS.
Gervase didn’t specify if he knew who would be following her.
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MISSINGKristin Glass, 43, last spoke to her family around 11:30 a.m. on October 5. Anyone with information regarding…
Posted by Wilmington, NC Police Department on Tuesday, October 6, 2020
Gervase also said security footage captured Glass alone inside a Wilmington bank at 3 p.m. She didn’t appear distressed. Around 45 minutes, a property owner at Topsail Beach found the woman’s cellphone.
According to Heavy, Glass’ boyfriend, Scott Wick, called her phone but “it was answered by a man who said he found it at around 3:30/4 p.m. behind a garbage can in the south end of Topsail.”
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Glass is described as a white female who stands 5-feet-5-inches tall, with blonde hair and green eyes. She has a petite build with a Dragonfly tattoo on her lower leg. She was last seen driving a 2001 gold Mercedes Benz E 329 with North Carolina license plate number, CJB 9495.
Anyone with any information on Glass’ whereabouts should contact the Wilmington Police Detective Dan Fortier at (910) 772-4163.
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[Feature Photo: Kristin Glass/Facebook]