Chicago Woman Visited Starbucks And Went Missing. Her Mom And Son Still Hope To Find Her

Date June 8, 2018

Who hasn’t heard a story of at least one person who went missing and hasn’t come back yet? Their stories are different, but the thing uniting them is their families. Lots of people are waiting for them to come back home safe and sound.

And the same concerns this woman, Joyce Cluchey. She is 30 and has a beloved son.

The woman is responsible, and whenever she’s late, she always calls her mom. This time, she went to Starbucks at 47th Street and Cicero Avenue on May 18. It’s the last place people saw her.

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Her son keeps asking where his mom is, and Helen Menzyk, the woman’s mother, believes her daughter will come back home:

I have faith in God that she will show up.

People who’ve read the story are trying to help the family. They use all possible social media to spread the word. This way, it might be easier to find the woman.

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All in all, there are 70,000 and 90,000 active missing cases at any given time in the USA. That’s a huge number by all means. 40,000-50,000 cases are entered on average per month. Luckily, the majority is found alive, while others are found dead or are just never found.

So, feel grateful if your loved ones are with you now.

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