Found Safe TX - Destiny Polk, 23, missed her flight back home, Houston, 21 Aug 2020

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  1. GuyfromCanada

    GuyfromCanada Well-Known Member

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    A Boston family is searching for answers after a 23-year-old woman was traveling from Texas, back to Boston, but never made her flight.

    Destiny Polk was last seen at the George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston on Friday. She was supposed to take her flight home to Boston Logan International Airport.

    She never made her flight, and no one has reported to have seen her after she left for the airport.

    Destiny is five-foot-two-inches tall and weighs 100 pounds. She was last seen wearing a yellow shirt and blue jeans.

    Anyone with information is urged to call 1-877-97-BAMFI.

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    Boston Woman Missing In Texas After Missing Her Flight Home
     
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    GuyfromCanada Well-Known Member

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    oviedo Well-Known Member

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    There have been way too many twenty something young women going missing
    IMO - Airport will have video everywhere though.
    JMO
     
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  4. Acorunadepor

    Acorunadepor ''There is fire where you are going."

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    I think this was the flight she was supposed to catch, scroll down to the 21st of august:
    United Airlines flight UA1583 - Flightradar24

    Because I don't see any other flights around that time going to Boston. There was one way earlier a Jet Blue flight but it left 4.35pm.

    She was seen around 7 p.m. But where? If she is seen 4o minutes before her flight leaves she wouldn't have just entered the airport. So no camera has spotted her leaving the airport. Her name must have been called for ''last call'' for boarding.
     
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    GuyfromCanada Well-Known Member

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    At the link the departure time is 2:40 PM and arrival time is 7:35 PM. So the flight was leaving Houston at 2:40 PM?? I also can't find any other Houston-Boston flights on that day (21st of August).
     
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    Laughing Rarely Speechless

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    In the MSM interviews her father said she was having a "mental challenge". Was she taking medication and then quit? Recent health issues? I do hope she is found safely and soon.
     
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    GuyfromCanada Well-Known Member

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    Thank goodness. Had me thinking of Katelin Akins.
     
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    GraceG Well-Known Member

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    Years ago a young woman (college student) from where I lived in Indiana went missing at DFW airport. She was traveling with her family from a wedding when she disappeared before boarding the plane. Frantic searches then silence. Then about 5 years later, I google her name to see if there is an update and there she is, on Facebook with 3 small children and happily back at home. Good news. Often MSM doesn't tell us when someone has been found.
     
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    Oh thank goodness.
     

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