The vehicle Sabrina Schirn was last known to be using has been located abandoned in East End but Police have said they still don’t know where the 21-year-old is.
Officers on the scene, including members of the K9 unit, are scouring bush land for any clues about the whereabouts of Blockbuster Video employee, who has been missing since Thursday, March 12.
The car, which was found in bush land off Quarry Road, is currently being examined by Scenes of Crime Officers.
The car was located by a member of the public who called 911 to report the vehicle.
The RCIPS had earlier appealed for sightings of the car, a white 1999 Honda Torneo, registration number 133-249, which Sabrina had borrowed from a friend on Wednesday, March 11.
‘We need to know how the car got here,’ said Inspector Kim Evans. ‘Did anyone see the vehicle? Who was driving? I appeal for anyone who can help to get in touch.’
Sabina was reported missing to police on Thursday, March 12. Detectives launched a missing person’s enquiry and have been carrying out investigations into her disappearance.
‘We have received a number of reported sightings of Sabrina and we are working to establish if these were actually her,’ said Inspector Kim Evans.
Sabrina left her Grand Harbour workplace at approximately 10am on Wednesday, 11 March after borrowing a co-worker’s vehicle. Sabrina did not return to work.
Sabrina is described as approximately 5ft 5ins tall with a medium brown complexion, of heavy set build, and with dark curly brown hair with red highlights.
‘We are extremely worried about Sabrina and I urge her to contact us as soon as possible,’ said Inspector Evans.
Anyone with information about Sabrina’s disappearance should contact Sergeant Winsome Prendergast on 516 5241 or Crime Stoppers on 800-8477 (TIPS). All persons calling crime stoppers remain anonymous, and are eligible for a reward of up to $1000, should their information lead to an arrest or recovery of property/drugs.