Pam, the mother of missing Emily Paul has posted on Facebook that she has received a letter from her. Pam stated, “To all our friends and extended family, we want to let you know that we have heard from Emily. We do not have any further information to share at the moment. Thank you all for your support and love you have shown to our family. — feeling fantastic.”
Although we are all curious to hear more, Pam has asked for privacy. Also, although not stated it seems as though Pam is positive the letter came from her daughter. There probably is some information that she has chosen not to state at this time that supports her belief.
UPDATE 4/13/16: After messages have appeared on social media pointing to the Madison area, a spokeswoman for the Bay County Sheriff’s Office told the State Journal that Madison, Fla. was selected as the next city where authorities would be notifying the public to keep an eye out for Emily. Emily Paul would now be 17.
Emily Wynell Paul, 14, is missing from Panama City, Florida since April 13 2013. She has blue eyes, 4’11″tall, and 100 pounds. She may have changed her hair color or style. She may travel to Panama City, Florida.
When Emily was last seen she had purple and greencoloring in her hair and the left side was cut shorter than the right. However, she may now have very short bleached blond hair with pink highlights. Emily has pierced ears. She may go by the nickname Em. She has been reported missing to the bay county sheriffs office and reports have been made. If you
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