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Becca Brown, 28, Vanished from Chester County 3 Days Before BF Called Cops




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Becca Brown vanished on the night of Jul. 24. Her boyfriend, Jeremy Steiner, spoke with Your Content about the ongoing investigation.

Rebecca “Becca” Brown disappeared from her apartment on the night of Jul. 24 in Chester County, Pennsylvania. Her boyfriend, Jeremy Steiner, spoke with Your Content about the ongoing investigation. The Coatesville Police Department later confirmed that Becca, 28, wasn’t reported missing until Jul. 27, about three days later.

Jeremy Steiner, 46, told Your Content that he awoke one morning to find Becca absent. “All I know is I woke up on July 24th and she stole my car which is an Acura MDX,” Steiner said. “She went and borrowed $30 from my boss and I haven’t heard from her or seen her since.”

Steiner recalled waking up at about 11 a.m. that day. He clarified that Becca had contacted his boss at about 9:45 a.m. on Jul. 24. However, when asked about the nature of Becca’s communication with his boss—whether it was a text or a call—he explained a rather complicated situation.

“It was on Messenger and she used my phone,” Steiner said. “Then she left my phone here so I saw it after I woke up and noticed the Acura was gone.”

Steiner asserts that while he was asleep, Becca impersonated him in a message to his boss.

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“I was sleeping,” Steiner said. “She messaged him like it was me and when she went to pick the money she told him that I sent [her] to get [it] and she was coming to my house to give it to me but she never came back home.”

Steiner is a multitasker for his landlord and boss, David Smith.

“I do a little bit of everything electrical painting whatever he needs me to do,” explained Steiner.

Smith told Your Content that he did, in fact, see Becca the morning she disappeared.

“I saw her on Monday which I believe was the 24th at approximately 10 a.m.” Smith said. “She came and got $30 from what was to be his pay that day or two and that’s the last I seen of her.”

Smith adds: “She messaged me from his phone because he said he never messaged me for any money that day.”

Steiner recounted the morning of the 24th, revealing that his girlfriend attempted to rouse him around 8 a.m. Opting for additional rest, Steiner later awoke to find both her and his vehicle absent.

“She tried to wake me up around 8 am on the 24th but I told her I wanted to sleep a couple more hours,” Steiner said. “When I woke up again on my own she and my car were gone.”

“I filed a missing persons report. I’m really worried about her—I hope they find her soon,” Steiner continued. “I’m very concerned. She’s never done anything like this before and I’m very surprised that she hasn’t tried to call me at all.”

The couple has been together for about three years. Steiner explained: “Becca went missing on Jul. 24 but I thought she would come back so I didn’t really make the report until July 26.”

“It was on Messenger and she used my phone,” Steiner said. “Then she left my phone here so I saw it after I woke up and noticed the Acura was gone.”

Detective Carmen Mollichella of the Coatesville City Police, however, informed Your Content that his department only received the missing persons complaint on Jul. 27. “She was officially reported missing on 7/27, not 7/26,” Detective Mollichella clarified. “To my knowledge, the last contact with Becca was on Monday, July 24 in Coatesville.”

When probed about Becca being in any potential danger, Steiner responded: “I hope not, but she’s been gone a long time so she might be.”

As previously reported by Your Content, Pennsylvania police are actively seeking assistance in locating Rebecca “Becca” Brown, reported missing on July 27.

Chelsea, a close friend of Becca, shared with Your Content, “It’s entirely out of character for her to go silent. She always stays in touch with her family and friends.”

Becca was last seen on July 24 driving a 2008 charcoal gray Acura MDX. Notable features include a light bar mounted on the roof and a visible dent on the passenger side front door. Additionally, the passenger headlight is broken and has been temporarily covered with tape.

Anyone with insight into Becca’s whereabouts is urged to contact Detective Carmen Mollichella of the Coatesville City Police at 610-384-2300 Ext. 3238 or via e-mail at [email protected].


Correction Notice: At 7:43 p.m., we updated this article to address an error regarding the timing of the purported text to Steiner’s boss. Contrary to our initial report, the text was sent at 9:45 a.m., not 9:45 p.m. We apologize for any confusion caused.

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