Abington police still looking for nursing student who drove part-time for Uber

Posted April 19, 2017

Authorities in Abington Township are seeking assistance from the public to locate an Uber driver who went missing last week, police said in a statement Sunday.

She subsequently had not answered her cellphone or made any attempt to contact family members, police said. Krysten's mother says, it's not at all like her daughter not to call her. Krysten Libe, a nurses aide, was studying to become a nurse.

Police say according to Uber, she'd dropped off her last passenger on the 2700 block of Axe Factory Road.

"She texted back, 'ya, OK, ' said Kelly. I want them to find her breathing and fine", said Kelly, "and I hope that somebody out there has seen her, and will make sure that they call the Abington police, so the Abington police can go get her". We ruled out as any involvement in this issue.

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Krysten Laib, who lived in the township, was last heard from after dropping off a fare at 4:45 am.

Details of the vehicle, a 2003 Olive Green Subaru Legacy, were released to the public Sunday.

"Laib is described as 5'4" tall, weighing 135 lbs., with blue eyes and blonde hair.