Taylor Casey, 41, went missing during a yoga retreat in the Bahamas.

The internet has been buzzing with news of the disappearance of Taylor Casey, 41, a Chicago woman who went missing while attending a yoga retreat in the Bahamas (Paradise Island). Taylor was last seen on the. island on June 19, according to the Royal Bahamas Police Force. Watch this News Nation story about Casey’s disappearance below:

According to ABC News, Casey’s mother Colette Seymore has arrived on the scene. “I believe Taylor is in danger because she was eager to share her yoga retreat experience with others upon her return,” Seymore said in a statement on Monday. “Taylor would never disappear like this.” Taylor’s cell phone signal was located in the ocean.

The family urges anyone with information about Taylor’s whereabouts to come forward. Every lead is crucial in their efforts to locate her.

For information regarding Taylor’s disappearance, please contact the Royal Bahamas Police Force Criminal Investigations Department at 502-9991/2 or Crime stoppers at 328-TIPS (8477).

This post was curated by Nsenga K. Burton, Ph.D., founder & editor-in-chief of The Burton Wire. Follow Nsenga on social media @Ntellectual.

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