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Missing 41-Year-Old Chicago Woman in Bahamas: Police Expand Search Effort Across 1,500+ Feet of Ocean Terrain – Where Did She Go?

Search for Missing Chicago Woman Taylor Casey Expands in the Bahamas

Bahamas Authorities Intensify Search for Missing Yoga Retreat Participant Taylor Casey

According to ABC News, the search for a missing Chicago woman named Taylor Casey has expanded to the Bahamas. The 41-year-old Chicago woman disappeared on June 19 while attending a yoga retreat on Paradise Island. She was last seen at the Sivananda Ashram Yoga Retreat where she was participating in a yoga certification program. When she failed to show up for morning classes the next day the retreat reported the Chicago woman missing. The search effort that was led by the Royal Bahamas Police Force has been extensive. Chief Superintendent Chrislyn Skippings shared updates with reporters and emphasized their priority to find Casey in good health. The search now covers a wider area beyond the retreat involving drones, canines, and divers. Investigators are also reviewing surveillance footage to gather more clues. Casey’s cellphone was found in the water though its exact location has not been disclosed due to the ongoing investigation. Police have also obtained her journal but Skippings noted that it is too early to determine if foul play is involved. Authorities continue to investigate and follow any leads they receive.

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Missing 41-Year-Old Chicago Woman in Bahamas: Police Expand Search Effort Across 1,500+ Feet of Ocean Terrain – Where Did She Go? (PHOTO: Yahoo)

Intensified Search for Missing Chicago Woman in the Bahamas

Casey’s family is deeply worried about her disappearance and has traveled to the Bahamas to assist in the search. Colette Seymore is the mother of Casey. She expressed her concern and noted that it is unusual for Casey to be out of contact for so long. “Taylor always calls me and keeps in touch. Taylor sent me beautiful pictures from the Bahamas and Taylor in the ocean,” Seymore told ABC News. “We want Taylor home. We need Taylor in our lives. We miss Taylor.” The State Department is aware of the situation and is working closely with local authorities. A spokesperson emphasized that the welfare and safety of U.S. citizens abroad are top priorities. They are ready to provide assistance to Casey’s family as needed. The Sivananda Ashram Yoga Retreat is fully cooperating with the investigation and has urged anyone with information about Casey’s whereabouts to contact local police. The retreat released a statement asking for help and highlighting their commitment to assisting the search efforts. As the search continues the hope remains that Taylor Casey will be found safe and sound. The police and her family are determined to bring her home.

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