BALDWIN BOROUGH, Pa. -- Baldwin police are looking for a young woman who they say may have been abducted.
Karissa Kunco, 21, of Baldwin, has not been seen since 5:30 p.m. Wednesday and may be in the area of Washington, Pa., police said.
Police Chief Mike Scott said Kunco had her father's credit card in her possession when she disappeared. He said that card was used to buy gas at Circle K on Henderson Avenue in Washington and an Xbox at the Trinity Point Walmart.
Also, Scott said police are investigating reports from Kunco's father that several blank checks of his were stolen and written out to cash.
Scott said investigators are treating the case as if Kunco is in danger.
"We've seen examples before where people that have had bad relationships have ... somebody asks them to come and meet them and they've gone to do that to try to talk things over, but we're treating it as though she is in danger," said Scott.
Kunco is described as white, 5 feet 2 inches tall, 160 pounds, with brown hair and green eyes. She has a tattoo on her neck.
Investigators said she may be with Jordan Clemons, who is described as black with light skin and freckles, 5 feet 10 inches tall and 165 pounds. He is known to frequent the Canonsburg area.
Police think they might be in a black Toyota Solara with Pennsylvania license plate HVJ 8515.
Police said Kunco has a protection from abuse order against Clemons.
Anyone who has seen Kunco or Clemons is asked to call their local police department.
Police have not charged the man with abducting the woman, only with physically abusing her last month
Police said Clemons assaulted Kunco in December and recently threatened the woman and her family in a Facebook post.
"There was a threat -- what was perceived as a threat -- made on a Facebook (instant message) in the last 24 hours, and neither has been seen since last evening," said Sgt. Kim Reising.