Police seek tips in search for missing Cumberland County woman
Pennsylvania State Police are trying to figure out what happened to Erica Klinger, whose family hasn’t seen her since June 8.
Klinger, 27, was last seen leaving her job at Kwik Fill on the Carlisle Pike in Silver Spring Township, Cumberland County. She posted a picture of herself at work on Facebook and posted additional status updates later in the day. Since then, her family hasn’t heard from her.
“I think there are secrets out there, but I don’t know where they’re at. I’m trying to find them and unlock this situation,” said Melissa Tsapla, Erica’s aunt.
Tsapla said it would be unusual for Erica to go this long without contacting her family.
Her co-workers say she started working at Kwik Fill about two months ago and loves her job.
“If somebody has her out there, let her go. Just let her go. We want her back,” said Tsapla.
Tsapla spent part of the day Thursday posting fliers with pictures and information about Erica at various spots in Mechanicsburg, where thousands of people turned out for Jubilee Day. Melissa hopes someone with information about Erica will tell police something to help in their investigation.
“If they’re afraid, they shouldn’t be afraid. Just give us the information that we need,” said Tsapla.
For more information about Erica Klinger, click here to view the post on the Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers website. Klinger left work driving a 2000-2001 black Chevy Malibu. She’s 4’11” tall and 115 pounds. She has tattoos on her neck and left forearm.
If you have information about Erica Lynn Klinger, any serious crime, or wanted person, call Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers Toll Free at 1-800-4PA-TIPS. All callers remain anonymous and could be eligible for a cash reward.