Discussion in '2010's Missing' started by los2188, May 25, 2016.
Licking County woman reported missing
Being hypoglycemia myself, it worries me that possibly her blood sugar tanked and she had an accident somewhere 😕
You'd think someone would have spotted her vehicle somewhere by now.
I've driven through Ohio several times, but not the area she's missing from, I wonder what the terrain is like in that area? Hilly? Flat? Are there any bodies of water near her usual route?
I see that the poster has been updated stating that her vehicle was found in a parking lot of the airport. I'm wondering what, if anything, LE has found inside that vehicle.
May i post this about her? Somehow it helps make a picture, what kind of person she may be.
This read makes Sarah seem so more personable...not just another missing among the many.
What I find strange is she returned from her visit to China and was last seen at work. Her car was found at the airport. I don't know with her work if they had a location at the airport and that is why it was found there. Did she pick it up after trip? Was she leaving, again?
Sent from my SCH-I545
We now know that her vehicle was found at the Columbus Airport. There are two large airports in Columbus. The question here is which airport was her vehicle found at.
There is Port Columbus International Airport which is primarily a passenger service airport, and there is Rickenbacker International Airport which is primarily an air cargo service airport.
Also of importance is that Exel has recently changed their name to DHL Supply Chain.
I also must point out that Exel / DHL Supply Chain has warehouses less than a mile away from Rickenbacker International Airport.
It said somewhere that the passport was at home. So if she went on a plane, she should have not left US.
The passport is also mentioned on the official poster by now. However no further updates :-(
Grrrr, I had typed out a whole long comment and then the webpage reloaded and lost it. That is what I get for being long-winded I guess.
Anyway, there is an interesting comment on Facebook from seven baskets development Corp. They had an update from the family on July 19, which indicated that Sarah was alive and that her family knew where she might be. This would make sense, as when you look at Sarah's family's Facebook posts in the last several months, they have not been asking the public to keep an eye out for her.
Thanks for this info!
I somehow had a feeling like this as her brothers posts/updates stopped somewhere July, but on the other side i wonder that he has not taken off her missing poster.
I'll try to find the comment you mention.
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