DC Police Claim There Are 'No Updates' On Taylor Hackel's Missing

DC Police Claim There Are ‘No Updates’ On Taylor Hackel’s Missing

Taylor Hackel, 24, who vanished on Monday, is still missing, and the MPD in Washington, D.C., is still looking for him. Despite speculations spreading on social media that she had been located, MPD told Fox News Digital Friday afternoon that “there are no updates at this time.”

Hackel was last seen on Monday in Washington, D.C., in the vicinity of the National Basilica and the Catholic University of America campus, on the 600 block of Jackson Street Northeast. Since then, no one has heard from her.

According to a Thursday warning from MPD, her absence was reportedly reported to police on Wednesday. On Thursday, MPD informed Fox News Digital that their missing person’s report did not mention danger.

Hackel is a graduate student at CUA’s John Paul II Institute. When she went missing, her car was still parked at Centro Maria, a place of worship in Washington, D.C. Additionally, according to the flier, her debit card was most recently used at an ATM in Georgia. If Interpol is taking part in the hunt for Hackel, such information was not immediately available.

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She is 130 pounds, 5 feet 7 inches tall, with blonde hair and blue eyes. According to MPD, she was last seen wearing a tan sweater, a white shirt, and black pants. Anyone with information regarding Hackel’s whereabouts is urged by the authorities to call MPD’s Youth and Family Services Division at (202) 727-9099. MPD is looking into the case at this time.