Missing Person Virginia Shari Saunders
Shari Saunders, 68, is missing from Monroeville, Alabama. She left her home in Norfolk, Va to travel to Alabama to visit her family on Saturday, August 4, 2018, but what is usually a routine trip has turned into a search for Shari.
Shari was caught on camera at a Shell/Marathon gas station off of Exit 93 on I-95 on Sunday around 1 a.m. She gets out of her 2010 red Toyota Corolla and puts gas in her car and then goes inside. She left about 10 minutes later, heading west on US 84.
The last she was heard from was when she was south of Colombia, South Carolina. She said she would call back when she was near Atlanta, but she never did. And update from the family on August 6:
“Share!!!! Now this is dangerous. She’s been driving for three days. She was seen in Bay Minette at around 11 AM today. She could be traveling on highway 31, and it could take her to highway 59 which would lead her right back to Monroeville , or it could take her through mobile and gulf shores and back to Pensacola.”
Post on August 6:
“Y’ALL! HER CELLPHONE PING CAME BACK! At 3:20 AM Sunday morning it pinged at Yellow Hammer Truck stop on Highway 113!!!! Y’all SHARE THE HELL OUT OF THIS!!!!! There’s a HIGH CHANCE SHE’S HEADED DOWN THROUGH CENTURY INTO CANTONMENT TO PENSACOLA OR THROUGH BREWTON, CASTLEBERRY AND BACK TO EVERGREEN.”
Please keep and eye out for Shari Saunders and her car, a red 2010 Toyota Corolla with Virginia plates WSL2565. She could be driving it or someone else could be driving or it could be parked just about anywhere. If you see Shari or her car, call the police.
If you know anything, you can call the Evergreen Police Department at( 251)578-1111 or the Norfolk Police Department at (757)664-7000
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