Lori Faulls: Missing Virginia woman may be endangered Found

UPDATE:  Lori has been found in Lweisburg, West Virginia and is safe.  Law enforcement reports that Lori said she was abducted by Thomas but was able to get away. 

Thomas was located two blocks away and taken into custody. 

Lori Faulls left Williamsburg on Wednesday to pick up her ex-husband Thomas Faulls from the 1000 block of Jouett School Road in Louisa, and is now missing, reports WRIC.

Police located Lori’s car parked at Thomas’ Louisa County home.

Williamsburg police have issued warrants for Thomas Faulls’ arrest on robbery, abduction and domestic assault charges.  One of Lori’s family members told police that Thomas assaulted her and demanded money at gunpoint on Saturday, August 18.  Thomas is also missing.

Lori may be traveling with Thomas in his pickup truck, and police are saying that Lori may be endangered and Thomas may be armed and dangerous.

Keep on the lookout for a 2000 or 2001 black Chevy Silverado 4×4 with an extended cab. The truck’s license plates are Virginia and could be either farm use plates, or read “YEV-1549.”

Anyone with information about Lori or Thomas Faulls’ whereabouts is asked to contact Louisa County Sheriff’s Office at 540-967-3471.

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