CLEVELAND, Tennessee (WDEF) – The Cleveland Police department is still looking for a woman who has been missing for over a year.
26 year old, Kasey Carter has was has been missing since November of 2018.
Kasey was last seen leaving her residence on High Street in Cleveland, Tn.
She was seen with an unknown male who was driving a white Volkswagen Jetta.
She has not been seen since.
“One of my best friends is gone,”says Tiffany Scoggins, Kasey’s cousin.
Kasey’s mother, Brenda Burns says Kasey was not only a friend to all, but also her daughter and Kasey, herself was a young mother.
“Her and Evan were so close. He’s the oldest, he’s 10. He will be 11 this year. He won’t let me touch anything, he won’t let me move her clothes, he won’t let me move nothing. He wants it to stay just the way she put it for when she comes back,”says Kasey’s mother, Brenda Burns.
Carter’s cousin tells News 12 that their family is very close and they always know where someone is and when someone is coming home.
Cleveland Police say they are following every lead they can, but it’s complicated when there’s no trace left behind.
“It becomes difficult because you have no leads and you have no information and the person that’s closest to her says that she left voluntarily,”says Sgt. Evie West with the Cleveland Police Department.
But they will not stop until Kasey has been found or heard from.
“It is important for us as a member of our community too. She’s a human being so, we want to make sure she is well and we want the same answers that the family wants. On where she is and how she is doing,”says West.
The family says even being contacted by Kasey would help heal their family.
“It would be a huge relief to know that at least she is okay,”says Scoggins.
Even a small amount of information could help bring Kasey home.
“If anybody has any feelings in their heart at all and you know where Kasey is..please…please tell us if you know what happened. She deserves that. She is somebody,” says Burns
If you know where Kasey is or have any information about her disappearance you should contact the Cleveland Police Department.