A John's Creek native disappeared from a gas station on Friday morning, and local authorities have yet to locate her. According to WSB-TV, the woman was last seen at a the Texaco off of Cambellton Road just southwest of Atlanta.
30-year-old Chandler Echeverria was supposedly at the gas station at 6:00 a.m that morning, and has not been seen since. There has been no news released regarding wether or not she was alone when arriving at the gas station.
Echeverria's mother told WSB-TV that her daughter was wearing a white t-shirt, navy blue pants, and a black raincoat before disappearing from the gas station. She has not heard from her daughter since the incident occurred. Echeverria weighs 135 pounds and is 5-feet 5-inches tall. No information has been released regarding security footage surrounding the gas station during the investigation. Police encourage anyone with information regarding Echeverria's whereabouts to call 404-546-4235 immediately.
This news arrives only a few months after two Georgia women went missing from different hospitals across the state. Similarly, the women were last seen at the hospital and family members have not heard from them since. There are no suspects in custody as the search for Echeverria continues.