Woman arrested after witnesses see her driving the car of missing woman

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Erica Klinger’s mother Michelle said “I just want her to come home.” The family of 27-year old Klinger want answers. Their daughter vanished from the KwikFill gas station on Carlisle Pike on June 14th. Her father Lawrence had just got her a black Chevy Malibu before she disappeared. Lawrence said “she was so happy cause I had just got her this car. And ever since I got the car, that was her dream.”

A few days after she went missing Pennsylvania State Troopers said witnesses saw a known associate of hers, Maria Lara, and her boyfriend Luis Lugo Davila driving her Chevy Malibu. “They ditched the vehicle, but they were both in the city of Harrisburg on foot when our units arrived. They were able to apprehend the female and that’s when the male took off on foot and we were unable to catch him” said Pennsylvania State Trooper Rob Hicks.

Troopers are still looking for Davila. Meanwhile Erica’s parents just want their little girl back. Erica’s mother said “it’s hard to sleep not knowing where she’s at, what’s going on, if somebody did something to her.” Erica has a tattoo on her neck with the letters EM. If anyone has seen her contact the Pennsylvania State Police. All calls can remain anonymous.

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