UPDATE 9/2/15 – A $25,000 reward for the direct location of Crystal Morrison’s whereabouts will be available until Sept. 23. Tipsters may call anonymously to either the Concord Police Department at 704-920-5000 or CUE Center for Missing Persons at 910-232-1687.
UPDATE 5/3/13 – Rick Morrison, the father of missing Crystal is offering a $10,000 reward for information helping solve his daughter’s missing-person case.
The reward is being offered during a 10-day period that started at noon Friday and ends at midnight May 13. The reward will be paid upon discovery of Crystal Morrison, her father says.
Crystal Morrison Prentice, 31 from Concord, North Carolina has been missing for more than two weeks. She left her customer service job at Connextions Recruiting on Corporate Drive around 10:30 a.m. on Aug. 23 and hasn’t been seen since reports the Charlotte Observer. She had called her ex-husband’s grandfather, who was watching her 8-year-old son, Kyson, to come pick her up.
Crystal was at work when she suddenly walked out the door and stated walking down International Drive. She has not been seen since.
Concord police have searched for Crystal with police using K-9s and have checked Crystal’s phone records at her job.
Prentice’s sister, Mechelle Carey said Crystal didn’t have her cell phone, and she had let a friend borrow her car to go pay her phone bill.
“We lose all contact with her, including sightings, after that,” Carey told NewsChannel 36, the Observer’s news partner. “We’re shocked.”
Prentice is 5’5″ and 100 lbs, with blonde hair and blue eyes. She suffers from asthma and takes medication for that condition.
Anyone with information in the case is asked to call Concord police, at 704-920-5580.
She was wearing a white blouse with black flower print, black dress pants, black open-toe dress shoes and had her black purse and ID with her. She was not carrying a cell phone.
She wears silver jewelry and may be wearing silver rings on both hands and a silver necklace with a three-tier pendant with single diamond. She has asthma and requires daily medication and an inhaler.