HANSON — The family of Sandra Crispo, who was last seen at approximately 5 p.m., Wednesday, Aug. 7, held a candlelight vigil in her honor at Hanson Town Hall Green on Saturday, Oct. 5.
The event was held at midday due to the ongoing EEE threat. Selectmen granted the family’s request for the vigil to raise awareness of her story, celebrate how wonderful she is, and send good vibes that will hopefully bring her home.
A family member dropped her off at 47 Spofford Ave, Hanson — the address she resided at for only approximately three months, the day she disappeared, Crispo’s daughter Laina McMahon wrote Selectmen.
“She babysat my children 3 days a week and had planned to keep them overnight Friday, Aug. 9. On the morning of Aug. 9, I arrived at my mother’s home, as planned, to find her not there, her back door unlocked, her dog inside without food or water, all the lights on in the house, the last items discarded in her waste basket were my children’s diapers from Wednesday. My mother would never have left her home or dog without notifying family,” McHahon wrote.
The Hanson Police have been reassuring me that they are working diligently on this case, McMahon wrote.
“They have conducted multiple searches of the neighborhood with canines and questioned the neighbors with no leads in my mother’s disappearance,” she wrote. “Myself, family and friends have been searching for answers ourselves.