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Cari Allen: Police Search Home, Tow Away Car in Possible Connection with Missing Nebraska Mom

Nebraska law enforcement searched a home Tuesday in connection with a missing mother who hasn’t been seen in almost a week.

As CrimeOnline previously reported, 43-year-old Cari Allen was last seen on November 19 at around 11 p.m. She was last seen near 168th and Blondo streets in Douglas County. Following her disappearance, the Topeka Police Department assisted the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office while conducting a search at a Topeka home, but they wouldn’t confirm if the search was for Allen.

According to NBC 6, investigators spent 11 hours at the residence after being called to a disturbance call. They also towed away a vehicle.

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office said no additional information will be released at this time, in order to protect the integrity of the investigation.

“If it’s a missing adult without any type of contact that the individual hasn’t contacted anyone, from our agency standpoint, we’re going to pull out all the stops to find out why that individual is missing,” Chief Deputy Wayne Hudson, with the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, previously said, according to ABC 7.

Neighbor Alex Mueller reportedly said Allen’s son was visiting his father when she vanished. Her car was still in the garage when deputies began searching her own residence, Mueller added.

“She’s wonderful. She’s been our neighbor for over ten years, and her son played with our kids. And it was, you know, just a few weeks ago, he played basketball with our kids in the backyard. I mean, we’re, we’re close,” Mueller told ABC 7.

“I just can’t imagine she would leave of her own volition. So, it’s just a very scary situation.”

Allen is described as a white female who stands 5-feet-8-inches tall and weighs around 130 pounds. She has blonde hair and hazel eyes.

Anyone with information on Cari’s whereabouts should call the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office tip line at 402-444-6000 or 911.

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