The Crawfordsville Police Department is working on a third missing person case involving a woman who has ties to the Crawfordsville area.

Rachael Martin, 23, was reported as missing to the Parke County Police Department on July 2. The Crawfordsville Police Department was contacted by Martin’s family on July 5 as she has been known to frequently work and stay in Crawfordsville.

Martin was last seen in the area of Great Clips in Crawfordsville, where she had been employed, and was driving a relative’s blue 2003 Ford Windstar minivan.

Martin is described as 5-foot, 3-inches tall, and was last known to have red colored hair. 

If anyone has any information, contact Det. Bob Rivers at the Crawfordsville Police Department at 765-362-3762, ext. 215, or Deputy Kyle Stonebraker of the Parke County Sheriff’s Department at 765-594-8845.

The CPD also announced Monday that one of the other missing person cases they have been working on has resulted in the person being found.

Early Monday morning the Indianapolis Police Department found Dajuan Sechrest. He had been reported missing to the CPD on June 27.

The 36-year old was found unharmed.

Local police are still working on the missing person cases of James "Jimmy" Frank Popp, 41, of Crawfordsville. His family contacted CPD on June 13. However, the last time his family members had contact with him was the morning of June 7. He was thought to have been heading to Indianapolis.

Popp is described as 5 foot, seven inches tall and weighing 195 pounds. He is bald and has brown eyes.

Any information about Popp’s whereabouts should contact Det. Rivers at 765-362-3762, ext. 215.

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