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Woman's vehicle — keys still in the ignition — found two days after disappearance

(Image: Honolulu Police) (Image: Honolulu Police)
NANAKULI, OAHU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

Police, fire, and Coast Guard crews spent Saturday searching for a missing Waianae woman.

According to police, 21-year-old Melissa Estoy was last seen by family members in the afternoon of January 16th — and there are more questions than answers surrounding her disappearance.

Her vehicle was found two days later at Zablan Beach in Nanakuli with the keys in the ignition and her phone in the car, according to friends.

"Detectives said there was a camera view from housing around here," friend Lokelani Kelii said. "It looks like a girl that came out of the car, walked in front of the car, then walked out into the ocean, then that's it. There's no video of coming back."

Honolulu fire crews have since wrapped up their search, but Coast Guard officials are still searching and will continue their search Sunday. 

Anyone with information on Estoy's whereabouts is asked to call CrimeStoppers at 955-8300.

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