Police Seeking Clues In Hunt For Missing Palm Bay Woman

By  //  June 27, 2012

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BREVARD COUNTY • PALM BAY, FLORIDA – Detectives on ATV’s are currently searching a wooded area at the east end of Fallon Blvd near the Turkey Creek Sanctuary for a missing woman last seen Thursday.

Marsharie Lemons-Garrett, 22, was last seen by her mother at her home at 2151 Oaklyn Street in Palm Bay last Thursday. (Image courtesy Palm Bay Police Department)

Palm Bay Police Public Information Coordinator Yvonne Martinez said Marsharie Lemons-Garrett, 22, was last seen by her mother at her home at 2151 Oaklyn Street.

Lemons-Garrett was wearing purple Winnie the Pooh pajamas at the time.

She is 5-foot-8 and weighs 150 pounds with short braided black hair.

Socks and shoes belonging to the missing woman were found in a wooded area near her home.

Aerial searches over the weekend and ground searches using police tracking dogs did not yield any results, Martinez said.

Follow up searches with the tracking dogs will continue.

“We are using every available resource and following every lead,” said Palm Bay Police Sgt. Ken Arnold.

“There is concern for her well-being.  She has no known friends, no cell phone and no money, so we don’t have a lot of leads.”

Arnold said there are no immediate indications of foul play.

Detectives are interviewing family members and canvassing the area of her last known movements and the investigation is ongoing.

Anyone with information is encouraged to call the Central Florida CRIMELINE at 1-800-423-TIPS. (8477)

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