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Relative of missing Bucks County man speaks out

EASTON, Pa. - Police in Easton have a mystery on their hands.

It involves a Bucks County man, who apparently traveled to Easton on Christmas Day to see a friend and hasn't been seen since.

Raymond Myslinski's sister-in-law Pamela says the family is in shock - and scared.

"We have no idea why Ray would even go to Easton," Pamela told 69 News. 

Ray's family is at a loss as to why the 74-year-old would've left his Falls Township home on Christmas Day and traveled to Easton to visit a friend - a friend the family says they didn't know about.

"He doesn't know anyone in Easton as far as we know. There is no one in Easton. That basically is all we know," Pamela said.

But police said they believe Ray was in town, because they found his car submerged in the Delaware River.

But inside that car, there were no keys, no wallet...and no Raymond. 

Pamela said she called hospitals, friends and went to his house looking for clues to find out what he might've been doing.

"We've come up with absolutely nothing," she said.

The family is worried. They say Ray is in poor health and didn't have his phone on. They also say it's completely out of character for him to have traveled so far away from home.

"He has a cat that he loves dearly. He would never do anything to endanger the cat. I don't even think he'd leave the cat for a night…it's just so not him," she said.

Investigators continue to comb the area where Ray's car was found, trying to piece together why Ray left. In the meantime, his family is left waiting.

Anyone who has information about Ray's whereabouts should call police at 215-945-3100.


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