Police Search Chester County Home as Part of Missing Mom Investigation

Anna Bronislawa Maciejewska-Gould, 43, was last seen by her husband leaving her home on Hedgerow Lane in Malvern, Pennsylvania at 9:45 a.m. back on April 10.

The family of a missing woman came to Chester County after the search for her focused on her Chester County home last week.

Anna Bronislawa Maciejewska-Gould’s family from Poland came to the Malvern area to get the latest on the search and to meet with Pennsylvania State Police and talk to her husband, Allen Gould.

"This ongoing period of time that we really don't know what happened is terrible for the family," brother-in-law Leszek Wronski said Monday.

Pennsylvania State Police confirmed last week that the search along Hedgegrow Lane in Malvern was to look for clues in Maciejewska-Gould’s disappearance. It was the first time state police searched the home, investigators said.

Several state police vehicles were on the property Thursday, though an official told NBC10 Gould was not there and was not under arrest.

The 43-year-old mother went missing the morning of April 10 and hasn’t been seen since. Gould said she was in a “panic” and she never arrived at her job at Voya Financial in West Chester, Pennsylvania.

Maciejewska-Gould was driving her 2011 Navy Blue Audi A4 with the Pennsylvania license plate HTF 2919 at the time of her disappearance.

NBC News published a report on her disappearance that included interviews with family members who claimed she abruptly canceled a scheduled trip to her native Poland. The trip is an annual tradition for Maciejewska-Gould who planned on bringing her 4-year-old son with her to visit her father on his 80th birthday, according to her nephew. The family members also said Maciejewska-Gould called out of work the week of April 3, which was unusual for her.

Maciejewska-Gould's Polish relatives thanked the community for its support in the search.

Maciejewska-Gould stands 5 foot, 4 inches tall with blue eyes and dark blonde hair and weighs around 160 pounds. If you have any information on her whereabouts, please call Pennsylvania State Police at 610-486-6280 or the Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers at 1-800-4PA-TIPS (1-800-472-8477).

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