Investigators turn to YouTube videos for more information on doctor’s disapperance
Courtesy: Patrick Family Photos and WESH
KISSIMMEE, Fla. (CNN) – New evidence has surfaced in the case of a medical student who went missing nearly a month ago.
Teleka Patrick, a doctor in residency in Michigan, failed to show up for work on Dec. 6.
Her car was found abandoned in Indiana.
Now, online videos have surfaced, which is giving investigators hope that they will be able to find her.
Investigators are examining YouTube videos of Teleka Patrick serenading an unidentified love interest in their search for clues in her disappearance.
In the videos, Teleka repeatedly refers to someone as ‘love’ and ‘baby.’
Officials wonder if the mystery person may have information about what happened on Dec. 5, the night she vanished.
According to WESH, surveillance video from that night shows that she tried to check-in at the Radisson Hotel but was seen boarding a shuttle bus that took her to her car.
The 30-year-old had just graduated medical school and was only months into her residency at the hospital.
Authorities found her car abandoned with a flat tire off I-94 in Indiana, about 100 miles from where she worked.
Inside the car, they found a credit card, some cash and her driver’s license.
Her bizarre disappearance has investigators in two states stumped after their searches turned up nothing.
The Patrick family is offering a $15,000 reward for any information leading to their daughter’s safe return.
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