PASADENA, Md. - UPDATE | Leilani Ryan has been found
Signs are up. "Missing: Leilani Ryan, 42, last seen one week ago when she left her home on Greenway Rd. in Rivera Beach."
"As far as we know, she never got on the bus," said Mindy White, Ryan’s roommate.
White says the bus stop that Ryan often walked to was one block from her home. She left Monday morning in time for the 8:22 a.m. bus, but the driver told White that she didn't get on.
"She was headed to the courthouse that day to check in with the judge and she never made it to court," said White.
White says her friend was getting her life back on track. She was going to court-mandated classes to work through alcoholism.
"I believe something happened to her. This isn't her. She would just.. just walk away. She wouldn't just walk away from her life. She was doing good," said White.
Those signs are up at the Elizabeth Station shopping center where White works and worries. She says Ryan left behind her money, her clothes, and her cellphone charger.
White is quick to point fingers but so far Anne Arundel County police have not confirmed why Leilani Ryan never came home. She was convinced that night something went wrong. White filed a police report that night.
"It's devastating to know that something like this could happen to someone that you're close with," said Ryan.
Ryan is petite, 5’1” tall and about 140 pounds. She is Filipino with dark hair and eyes.
If you know anything, you’re asked to call Anne Arundel County police; 410-222-8610.
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