Kara Alongi, 17, is the buzz on the Web as it concerned her family. The woman called for help on the social networking site Twitter Sunday, September 30, writing "there is someone at home, call the police," before disappearing.
The police of the city of Clark, New Jersey, about 6000 then received frantic phone calls relaying the call to help the girl.
Her family was absent at the time of the tweet, also warned the police that a burglary had taken place at home and Kara had disappeared. Except that in arriving at the scene, police found no burglary and nothing was stolen. However, investigators found that someone had called a taxi company at the time of the tweet and dissemination of the taxi driver came to get the passenger at Kara says he filed the girl at the station.
Since no one knows what happened to Kara. Police look for runaways and try to understand what drove the girl to call if anxiety on the social network.