Neighbors Search for Missing Plano Woman
Janice Klein disappeared from her home Friday afternoon
Mark Schnyder, NBC 5 News
A husband came home about two hours after leaving the house Friday afternoon to see his wife wasn't home. Her keys, phone, car, money and credit cards were still in the house.
Neighbors and friends from the Janice Klein's church spent Saturday searching for the missing woman from Plano.
They showed up at the Klein home in the Preston Meadows and Spring Creek area around sunrise. They started taking fliers to homes and businesses in the area after their friend basically vanished.
“Her keys, car, credit cards phone are all here. We’re all just wanting to know where she is this morning," Klein's husband Robert said.
Robert Klein says he left his house around 1:30 Friday afternoon. His wife Janice and daughter were home. When he got back around 4:00 p.m., he asked where his wife was. His daughter didn't see her leave. Neighbors said they hadn't seen her. Klein said his wife hadn’t been feeling great lately suffering from headaches but there was no indication she would take off.
Plano Police say there’s also no evidence of foul play.
The first possible lead came late Saturday morning. A manager from a nearby Williams Sonoma, told volunteers with fliers he may have seen Janice Klein in his store Friday afternoon. That’s it so far.
“We don’t know where to turn,” says Robert Klein.
Janice Klein is 37 years old, blonde with blue eyes, stand 5’5” and weighs about 150 pounds. She was last seen wearing a green shirt and grey pants.
Anyone with information on her should call Plano Police at 972-424-5678.