Shirlene Quigley, a professional dancer featured in Beyonce’s “Crazy in Love” video, disappeared after last being seen early Sunday morning, according to New Jersey’s North Bergen Police.
Quigley — who teaches a high-heel dance class at Peridance Capezio Center and Broadway Dance Center in New York City — was last seen at New York City’s Port Authority Bus Terminal. The 32-year-old dancer’s cellphone was discovered at a bridal shop in Chelsea. Her father told NBC News that she may have been there to pick up something for a show.
In addition to her work with Beyonce, Quigley — who originally hails from Los Angeles — performed with Rihanna, Jamie Foxx and Missy Elliott. She also has appeared on the Grammys, MTV Video Music Awards, America’s Got Talent, Saturday Night Live and in a national commercial for Pepsi. She most recently participated in a Facebook Live dance video with Nigel Lythgoe for Billboard from Broadway Dance.
Since news of her disappearance broke, the dance community has launched an online campaign for her safe return.
URGENT: I had to help out with finding #ShirleneQuigley! I met her my first year living in LA and know that she’s a big part of this dance community. She’s now based in NY! Praying that she’s found safe and sound. Please #Repost and be sure to tag her profile as in the photo! UPDATE: Shirlene Quigley has been missing since Friday. If anyone has seen or heard from Shirlene Quigley please contact the North Bergen police 201-392-2100 and her father Brad 949-632-8245.!!! She was last seen Saturday night between 12/1AM at Port Authority. At this time a police report has been filed. If you have any information please come forward. Shirlene, everyone is looking for you and praying for your safe return#shirlenequigley #missing Please share with everyone you know
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Anyone with information is asked to contact the North Bergen Police at 201-392-2100.
Quigley can be seen at the 1:15 mark in the “Crazy in Love” video below.
This article originally appeared on Billboard.com.