22 year old Alyssa Whitcomb has been missing since March 4, 2015 in Toledo, Ohio. Whitcomb was on her way to a job interview at Downtown Latte Coffeehouse on St. Clair Street around 2 p.m. that Wednesday, but never showed up. Whitcomb is part of the Toledo Volunteers of America, where she had been in a drug rehab program.
Whitcomb is described as 5 feet 3 inches, weighs 150 pounds, has brown eyes and brown hair with blond highlights in the front. She has a diamond piercing below her lip and a piercing on her chest. She also had three tattoos: Chinese writing on her shoulder, purple lilies down her left side, and green Chinese writing on her lower back.
Whitcomb disappeared March 4 from the Toledo Volunteers of America, where she had been in a drug rehab program. As part of the program, they help the participants find jobs to pay off their court fees.\
The 22-year-old had been on her way to a job interview at Downtown Latte Coffeehouse on St. Clair Street around 2 p.m. that Wednesday, but never showed up, according to information family said they received from Toledo police. Detectives at the station are not releasing information to media.
A Mansfield friend in the program went with Whitcomb to the interview, Long said. Both were supposed to return to the VOA by 4 p.m. The friend returned, but Whitcomb did not, Long said.
The friend said they don’t know what happened to her, Long said.
Then, around 7 p.m. that night, another friend in Mansfield reported getting a call from someone they believed to be Whitcomb. The caller asked for a ride from Toledo, but the woman said she didn’t have money to make the drive. The caller hung up.
Anyone with information is encouraged to contact their local police station. Toledo police can be reached at 419-245-3142; Ashland police can be reached at 419-289-3639; Mansfield police can be reached at 419-522-1234.