Lynn Smith goes missing while doing errands in Johns Creek FOUND

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Lynn Smith

Lynn Smith missing Georgia

Nov. 11, 2018 – Lynn Smith was found by a relative dead in her car at Northside Forsyth Hospital.

Video of Wes talking about his mom.

Lynn Smith is missing from the City of Johns Creek area of Georgia on November 5, 2018.  She was last heard from when she told her family she  was going to run errands and pick up a prescription around 11 a.m.   Lynn never picked up her prescription and she has not been heard from.

Lynn Smith

Wes Smith posted that there were two sightings of his mom.  One she was traveling down 75 South she was acting confused and asking for directions at a Citgo Gas Station in Griffin.  Please note this lead has to be verified.  The searches are concentrating in this area right now and Wes is asking for everyone in that area to please keep an eye out for her.

Lynn Smith
Lynn Smith

Lynn would be driving a maroon 2015 Honda Odyssey minivan.  AND she has fallen asleep while she’s driving in the past, so the family is worried that has been what has happened.

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2015 Burgundy Honda Odyssey
Mercer Tag DPH174
12 Stone Sticker on back window.

Wes has been posting videos and walking the area looking for his mother.

Anyone with information about Smith is urged to contact the Johns Creek Police Department tip line at 678-474-1610.

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