Florida mom missing after taking bus, police say
TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — Police are looking for a missing Florida woman who was last seen taking a bus from Fort Myers to Tampa.
The Cape Coral Police Department said Erica Ann Johnson, 36, was reported missing on July 14.
According to WBBH, finding Johnson has been difficult because she does not have a bank account, a car, or any known social media. She was also said to rarely use her phone.
WINK News reported that Johnson’s ex-husband told police she missed an appointment to see her children, saying she had to work in a text message. Police said she got a ride from a coworker to the Cape Coral bus station on 4th Terrace.
Surveillance video first placed her at the bus station around 5:37 p.m. on July 5 and again on July 8 at 5:31 a.m. She was seen leaving with a suitcase in the second instance.
On Thursday, police said Johnson was seen on the morning of July 8 boarding a Greyhound bus to Tampa. The bus was supposed to be making a nonstop trip to Tampa.
Police said she was seen carrying her bags, a travel pillow, and her bunny at the time.
Johnson is described as being 130 pounds and 5 feet 8 inches tall. She has light brown hair with blonde highlights and green eyes.
If you know where she is, Cape Coral police ask you call the department at 239-574-3223.