Friends of missing Malvern woman welcome her family from Poland

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Friends of missing Malvern woman welcome her family. Annie McCormick reports during Action News at 11 p.m. on July 24, 2017. (WPVI)

Friends of Anna Maciejewska opened their home to her family visiting from Poland Monday as they search for answers.

It has been three months since her disappearance.


"So many people have tried to help Anna and us. I'm very thankful," Anna's sister Magda Wronski said.

Maciejewska was reported missing in April. Her blue Audi was found in May a few miles from her home.

Last week, state police investigators including a forensic team served a sealed search warrant on the Malvern area home that she shares with her husband and son.



"It's probably not even the best word to say frustrated, we're very sad. We're afraid it will be very difficult to find her," brother-in-law Leszek Wronski said.

Leszek Wronski first came in May; he returned with her sister Sunday.

So far they've had little information to go on.

"We have limited contact with police, exchanging emails mostly. We do talk a lot to our private investigator who is also working on the case. Being so removed, not knowing what's happening every day, just feeling hopeless, you don't have any influence and the situation is extremely bad," Leszek Wronski said.

The missing woman's husband initially allowed investigators into their home in April, but since then has not allowed them in voluntarily. He has not spoken publicly about his wife and has hired an attorney.

The Poland native's friends continue to hand out flyers and maintain a social media page about her disappearance.

They are continuing to show her family abroad they are working to find her.

"Just to see the community come together and be Anna's family away from her family in Poland. She now has a family here. We all consider ourselves family now," co-worker Deb Streeter-Davitt said.

For the first time since her disappearance, family members were able to see Maciejewska's son and speak in person to her husband who said he's not able to talk about the case.
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