Brooklyn woman, 27, missing since Saturday

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NBC New York – Police are searching for a 27-year-old Brooklyn woman who was last seen leaving her parents’ home Saturday night and failed to show up to her job the next day.

Sabrina Malone’s sister said she saw her leave their parents’ house in Cobble Hill at about 8:30 p.m.

“She said she was going home,” said her sister Kiana Manning. “That’s where I expected her to go.”

By the next day, there was still no sign of Malone at her Crown Heights apartment. Her mother said she didn’t show up for her shift the next day at IKEA, where she’s worked for three years, and that she never called in — something her daughter would never do.

“When her roommate told me he didn’t hear from her, and I spoke to my daughter and I spoke to my son and no one heard from her, panic definitely set in,” said Paula Manning.

Four days later, there is still no electronic trace of the young woman, law enforcement sources said. She has not used her credit card, cell phone or anything else that could help track her down.

Malone’s co-workers told police she hasn’t missed a day of work in three years, according to law enforcement sources.

“It didn’t really set in for me until I saw the flyers,” said Kiana Manning. “And I thought, ‘Wow, no one knows where she is.'”

“This is so unlike her,” her mother said. “If anyone has seen her or has any information about her, we’re just asking them to reach out to us.”

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