FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) – A 51-year-old Ft. Lauderdale musician and piano teacher has gone missing and police are working to find out what happened to her.READ MORE: COVID In Florida: 4,237 New Cases, 33 Deaths Reported On Monday
Lisa Hayden-Gordon A.K.A. “Noodles”, disappeared around 1:30 a.m. on Saturday, after attending a concert at Revolution Live at 100 Southwest 3rd Avenue in downtown Ft. Lauderdale.
Family members and friends spent Wednesday combing the streets looking for her and posting missing person fliers.
“She has lots of students. She has never missed a chance to teach or give a lesson. She also has cats at home that she would never leave, not fed so this is a very dire situation,” said her friend of twenty years Terri Catlin.
Family members said her credit cards have not been used. Her cell phone is turned off and her car cannot be found.READ MORE: COVID ‘Long Haulers’ Reporting Relief From Symptoms After Receiving Vaccine
Police said she drives a 2003 Hyundai Elantra with a tag number of 303- I-E-Q. It has a faded blue paint job and has glitter stickers all over the dash.
Lisa Hayden-Gordan is about 5-feet 6-inches, weighing 100 pounds. Police say Gordon was last seen wearing a short sleeve orange shirt, blue jean pants, and sneakers with glitter.
Gordon’s family told investigators she suffers from Bipolar Disorder but has always been stable.
Law enforcement officials canvased the downtown area and have not been able to find her.
Anyone with information as to the whereabouts of this missing woman is encouraged to contact the Fort Lauderdale Police Department at 954-764-HELP (4357).MORE NEWS: 'That's Not Going To Happen Here': Gov. Ron DeSantis Signs Controversial Protest Crackdown Bill Into Law