Corey Cann, right, was last seen Febuary 22nd, 2013 by his family. If anyone has seen him they are urged to call the Plano Police Department! (630-552-3121) On Monday (630 552 3122) will be available to call.
Guys, I don’t personally know Corey. But I seen this reposted on my facebook page, so I decided I’d look into it. Since I live in Illinois, I don’t care who goes missing where, I just want them to be found because i know i’d be just as terrified as his parents and family are if somebody i knew went missing.. I live Chicago, so I can’t do much to help besides spread awareness. After looking at the “Find Corey Cann” facebook page, i seen that Plano Police Chief Steven Eaves told the Patch that Corey Cann is currently being treated as a missing person by the police department. “As of right now, we’re looking at a missing person. If it does become a kidnapping or abduction, we will change the status,” he said.
i clicked on some of the news links that are on the page talking about Corey, and according to Corey’s brother, Ed, He was the last to see his brother on Friday Night. Corey asked if a few friends from college could come over. Ed said that was fine, as long as he texted his mother at work first. Ed said two men did the last to see his brother on Friday night. Corey had asked if a few “friends” from college could come over. Ed said that was fine, as long as he texted his mother and told her. Ed said that two men did arrive at the house and asked if Corey lived there, because they wanted to see him. Ed let them in and quickly went to secure the family dog in another room because she was acting “out of character” By the time he got done calming the dog down, he realized the house was silent and he thought he heard a truck drive away outside. When he went to see, Corey and his “friends” were gone. Ed tried calling Corey’s cellphone for several minutes, but it kept going to voicemail. Ed said a woman reported to the police Sunday morning (2/24/2013) that she seen Corey on the back of a tan pickup truck in his power chair.
Who knows how far he can be if he was in a car.
PLEASE reblog. Whether you live in Illinois or not, the more people who know the faster he can be found!