New evidence found in case of woman missing for over 100 days

Georgia

DONALSONVILLE, Ga. (WDHN) — The family of Sharon Crawford, a mother of four who seemingly vanished without a trace, has been desperately searching for answers for 103 days.

Now, after all these months, new evidence has been found.

“Like I said all of these of months and days but now we found a shirt now they find her old bike, we don’t even know what’s going on,” said Rosie Brown, Crawford’s aunt. 

On Saturday morning, investigators and members of Sharon family combed through the streets of Donalsonville, searching for clues leading to her disappearance.

“I can’t even explain how it’s affecting us,” Brown said. “People just don’t understand unless they were in our shoes. It’s very frustrating. It’s hurtful not to know where your siblings at.”

Aside from the pain of not knowing what happened, Rosie said members of her family have received disturbing messages about Sharon’s disappearance.

“A lot of them say she is dead, she’s been killed, she’s been thrown in the river, but the recent one we have gotten says she dead and been buried,” Brown said.

However, no one has come forward as of yet.

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