Lisa Mans Prescott goes missing from Arkansas wearing her pajamas

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Lisa Mans Prescott
Lisa Mans Prescott

Lisa Mans Prescott missing Arkansas

Lisa Mans Prescott has been missing from Arkansas since August 31, 2018.  She was last seen in Griffin Park at Valley View, Jonesboro, AR around 6:15 p.m.

According to her nieces post, “She was last seen wearing a black winnie the pooh pajama top with pink and purple Eeyore’s on it and may be wearing a fleece purple robe. She does not have her wallet, purse or cell phone with her. The home does not appear to have been broken into. The front door was left unlocked and her dog running loose inside the home, this is very unlike her. Her Red blood cell count is low and she may be disoriented.”  

Lisa was recently in the hospital.

The police believe that she did not walk away from the home.

The family and friends searched for Lisa on Saturday in wooded areas and fields, but nothing was found.

Help Find Lisa Mans Prescott

If you see her or think you may have seen her please contact the Jonesboro Police Department.

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