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FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) — Friends and family are searching for a  missing music teacher an are set to meet at a Fort Lauderdale park on Friday.

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Lisa Hayden, who goes by the name Noodles, has been missing since January 24th.

The group was set to search for her at Mills Pond Park located at 2201 Northwest 9th Avenue starting at 10:00 a.m. It is not known why they chose that spot.

Investigators said Noodles was on a date at Revolution Live the night she disappeared with a man she met online.

She was with several friends as well. Detectives said those friends were going to take her home because they thought she had too much to drink. That’s when police say Noodles went to use the bathroom at the Poorhouse bar and then vanished.

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Her friends told investigators they looked for her, waited for her, but didn’t find her. They ended up leaving.

Noodles’ friend Teri Catlin said she spoken to people who saw Hayden later that night walking in an alley behind the Poorhouse bar with her keys in hand.

Another person reported seeing her on a party bus that takes bar patrons around to bars downtown.  

Catlin said she’s doing whatever she can to find her. She recently checked in with several psychics and felt encouraged.

Friends said people should concentrate on trying to locate her car.  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 moon and sun decals on it.

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If you have any information that can help investigator locate her give Broward Crime Stoppers a call at (954) 493-Tips.

Ted Scouten