SABINA, Ohio (WDTN) - A search is underway to find a missing Sabina woman.
Casey Pitzer, 32, was last seen leaving a Clinton County bar just after midnight Sunday.
Her family and friends have been searching ever since. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources searched a pond by boat Monday.
Her boots were found near the pond, but no sign of her.
Police say she left the bar alone and got a ride from two men she knew, but then jumped from the car a short time later along State Route 73.
"She's kind, she's loving, she has two sons that she needs to take care of, so we need her home," said Kelly Taylor, Pitzer's sister.
Police say a passerby witnessed Pitzer running across the road and they say there is no reason to doubt the story.
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