Search continues for missing Aberdeen woman

Aberdeen Police Chief Henry Randle, left, briefs a group of volunteers before searching a wooded area near the Highway 45 bypass Thursday. (Ray Van Dusen)

Aberdeen Police Chief Henry Randle, left, briefs a group of volunteers before searching a wooded area near the Highway 45 bypass Thursday. (Ray Van Dusen)

By RAY VAN DUSEN
Monroe Journal

ABERDEEN – Another day of searching for a missing Aberdeen woman yielded no results Thursday.

Teresa Ewing, 25, has been missing since Sunday and the Aberdeen Police Department, with the help of 20 volunteers, combed two areas in the latest search but found nothing.

“Usually we find blood or clothing, but there hasn’t been anything. We don’t have anything else to go off of for now,” said Aberdeen Police Chief Henry Randle.

State marshals in Oxford have relayed information to the APD from cellphone activity from Ewing and a former boyfriend, who is currently in custody for allegedly taking Ewing’s vehicle.

“Without her, we can’t charge him on kidnapping. We know he took her vehicle and we knew we could get him for that. His story isn’t adding up on how he could have her keys, but not know where she is,” Randle said.

Police will wait on more leads, but the searches have covered ground on all the tips the department has received.

Ewing is a black female with brown eyes and black hair. She is 5-foot-9 and weighs between 170 and 180 pounds.

Anyone with any information on her whereabouts is asked to contact the APD at (662) 369-6454, the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office at (662) 369-2468 or Golden Triangle Crime Stoppers at (800) 530-7151.

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ANYONE WITH INFORMATION on Teresa Ewing’s whereabouts is asked to contact the APD at (662) 369-6454, the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office at (662) 369-2468 or Golden Triangle Crime Stoppers at (800) 530-7151.