Anna Bronislawa Maciejewska-Gould went missing on April 10, 2017. Now only a few weeks later a second Polish woman, Aleksandra A. “Ola” Reeves, has also gone missing from Pennsylvania. Could these two missing women cases be related? There are some similarities.
A third blonde Polish woman working in finance had gone missing for over 24 hours last week. 21 year old Angelika Rosada of Elmhurst, IL had not returned home from work on June 1, but left her family a confused and disoriented phone message that night. She has now been found safe.
According to her husband of ten years, the morning 43 year old Anna left her home, she was in a panic and claimed she would be late to the finance company where she’s worked as an Actuary for the past 17 years. She presumably had been acting peculiar in the days before she disappeared. She had been planning to travel to Poland, but her passport is still at home. Anna left her cell phone at home and her car was located just a few miles from her residence, but she is still missing. Did her husband do something to harm her, or is there something bigger going on?
On May 23, 2017 Ola abruptly left the finance company where she has worked as an analyst for the past 10 years. She told them she couldn’t focus on her job and would not be back for awhile. It is unclear if Ola permanently resigned or just said she needed time off. She presumably had been mentioning job stress issues to her family in the weeks before she disappeared. She went home briefly, then stopped to gas up her car. About an hour later a panicked Ola contacted family then turned off her phone. That’s the last time anyone has heard from her. Did she harm herself, or is there something bigger going on?
MORE TO OLA’S STORY
About 15 years ago Ola came to the US on a work visa where she worked in the security department at Hersheypark. This is where she met her now husband of 13 years, Michael Reeves. Ola is known to be very sociable and outgoing, with a love for the mountains and gardening. 37 year old Ola has now been working as a business analyst for the Pennsylvania Employees Benefit Trust Fund (PEBTF) for over ten years. According to this Polish article, PEBTF manages health insurance and government benefits for Pennsylvania state employees and their families.
After she left work that day, she went to her Middletown, PA home around 12:15 pm. Exhibiting panic, Ola expressed her need to get away, perhaps back to her native Poland. However, she did not take her passport and left behind most of her personal belongings. Apparently she had access to a large amount of cash in her home, but she also left most of it behind. Around 2:30 pm she was seen gassing up her car at the Turkey Hill store in Elizabethtown, PA. She then left heading east on highway 230. About an hour later at 3:30 pm, she contacted relatives sounding panicked and stated that she might never see them again.
On May 25, her red two-door Fiat 500 Abarth with a black Pennsylvania D.A.R.E. license plate DA 29K8 was spotted heading North on Highway 219 in Elk County, PA, possibly towards New York. Perhaps she is headed to Niagara Falls. Mike has reached out to Ola’s family and the Polish community in hopes that someone has information on her whereabouts.
Both of these women immigrated from Poland within the last 15 years, live in southeast Pennsylvania (Malvern & Middletown), have been married a little over a decade, have blonde hair and blue eyes, have recently suddenly been acting panicky and stressed about work related issues, both work for finance companies, and neither can be traced by cell phone.
Anna is 5’4” tall, 150 lbs.
Ola is 5’5″ tall, 115 lbs., and has a heavy Polish accent. She has a tattoo of a spider on her right shoulder, and was seen wearing jeans and a t-shirt.
Anyone with information on either of these two women should call Pennsylvania State Police at 717-671-7500.