Norristown Police and family members are currently searching for a 35-year-old Norristown woman who went missing on Monday, March 5.
David Masters reported his wife's disappearance to police on Wednesday saying the last person to speak to his wife was her sister Janine Picard.
"We talked Monday right before noon," said Picard. "When we spoke she was heading to the police station to pay a parking ticket."
Picard said police told David Masters that the ticket was never paid. They only spoke for about 30 seconds, but Picard says her sister sounded fine and she only hurried off the phone because she was on her way out the door.
Carolynne Masters has chronic health problems and has had trouble with drugs and alcohol in the past. Her sister, Janine, is worried she may have run out of her prescribed medication.
"We've checked the hospitals, we've checked the State Hospital," said Picard.
A post appeared at 3:59 p.m. on Wednesday on Carolynne's Facebook page, but Picard says Masters was not an avid Facebook user and the post may be simply an automated post from the game "CastleVille." She has contacted the game developer for any possible clues to her sister's whereabouts.
"She fights her demons, but my sister is also the person who, if you give her an option, she's going to save the world," said Picard. "She's helped people get in off the streets and been robbed and stolen from. She just can't stay away from trying to help people. I guess my worry is she tried to help the wrong person."
Carolynne "Carrie" Masters was last known to be driving to the Norristown Police Station in her dark blue 2000 Ford Taurus, license plate HWZ-9524. Masters is a 35-year-old white female, 5-foot-4, 110 pounds with red hair and blue eyes.
Anyone with information on her whereabouts is asked to call the at 610-270-0977.