A North Carolina woman took a work break from her job at Starbucks and never returned https://t.co/AxFQAtu460— New York Post (@nypost) June 28, 2017
A North Carolina Starbucks worker who disappeared during her break has been spotted on video stopping at a gas station shortly after walking off the job.
The 24-year-old, Allison Cope, hasn't been heard from since Monday, when she walked off her job at the coffee bar inside Raleigh-Durham International Airport.
The woman took her keys and her debit card, but left her cell phone and her bag behind. Although her security badge was used to leave the airport, there are no cameras to ensure it was actually Cope driving.
New surveillance footage captured from the Wake Forest Shell gas station shows Cope still in her Starbucks shirt as she parks at a pump and walks inside the store. The gas station is 25 miles away from the airport.
According to Inside Edition, the police said in a statement that Cope doesn't appear to be in trouble or "under any distress." There's also no evidence that a crime has been committed.
Cope is 5'6" with blonde hair and blue eyes, driving a 2014 Ford Fusion with license plate number EHA 2771.
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