Florida woman vanishes; police find her car with engine running on Mathews Bridge FOUND

UPDATE 11/29/16 – The police believe that Ashley’s body has been found although they are waiting for confirmation from the coroner for positive identification.  The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office said a woman’s body was found in the river across from the Maxwell House plant.

Original story:  Ashley Brown, 29, has been missing from Jacksonville, Fla. since Nov. 24.  Ashley texted her sister at 5:40 a.m. and told her to leave the door unlocked because she was coming by.  But she never showed up.  Around 7 a.m. on Nov. 24, her car was found still running on the Mathews Bridge, with its hazard lights on.  Her personal belongings were in her Nissan Cube and her phone was found near the back of the car.

“I don’t know if she’s hurt, I don’t know if she is somewhere against her will, I don’t know,” Darlene Green told Action News Jax.

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Although there was an extensive search for Ashley, she was not found. The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office said police noticed a “disturbance” on the railing.   There is no telling if  it was Ashley who made the disturbance or maybe a stranger that needed help and Ashley stopped to give them aid.  Ashley’s mom said Ashley had two children and was to graduate from nursing school in March.

Darlene told investigators that her daughter would “frequently meet guys online” and that she hadn’t seen her daughter since she had moved out the week prior, reports WOKV news.

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