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Family and friends of missing American Taylor Casey raise $32k

FRIENDS and relatives of Taylor Casey, an American woman who went missing in The Bahamas, have raised $32,000 through crowdfunding as they try to find the 42-year-old.

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'No complaint' from US over Taylor search

UNITED States authorities have not complained about how local investigators are searching for American Taylor Casey, according to the consul general of The Bahamas, Washington, DC.

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Mom ‘didn’t want gender identity to be distraction’

TAYLOR Casey’s mother said she was hesitant to reveal her daughter’s transgender identity because she did not want it to distract from efforts to find the missing Chicago native.

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Police unable to access Taylor’s phone

POLICE Commissioner Clayton Fernander said police have been unable to access the phone of an American woman who went missing last month.

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Taylor ‘not taken from yoga retreat’

THE Sivananda Ashram Yoga Retreat American Taylor Casey visited before she disappeared said she was not abducted from the site and that evidence suggests she left the retreat voluntarily.

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Yoga retreat criticised by friend of Casey

A CLOSE friend of missing American Taylor Casey said it appeared the leaders of the yoga retreat Ms Casey visited were struggling to keep a “linear and cohesive narrative” regarding her disappearance.

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‘We need answers on missing Taylor’

MORE than a week after American Taylor Casey went missing, her relatives said they need more answers surrounding her disappearance and don’t feel “as confident” in police’s investigations.

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FBI assisting local police in search for missing American woman

THE US Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) has helped local police with its investigation into the disappearance of American Taylor Casey, 41.

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Police continue investigation into missing American woman

POLICE have questioned several people about the disappearance of Chicago native Taylor Casey and will interview others today when they visit the site of the Sirvanada Ashram Yoga Retreat, Chief Superintendent of Police Chrislyn Skippings said yesterday.

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Officials consider response over missing woman

TOURISM Director General Latia Duncombe said Ministry of Tourism officials are meeting to determine the “best approach” to handle the negative consequences of the disappearance of an American woman.

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