The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department in North Carolina is seeking public assistance in their ongoing search for a missing woman. The woman, identified as 39-year-old Allisha Dene Watts, disappeared under mysterious circumstances, with her car found abandoned two days after her disappearance.
Watts was last seen on July 16, departing from a residence on Pamela Lorraine Drive in Charlotte. She was driving a black 2023 Mercedes Benz GLC 300 at the time of her disappearance. Authorities believe she may have been en route to Moore County.
Two days after Watts was reported missing, her vehicle was discovered in Anson County, approximately 60 miles from her home. Despite the discovery of her car, Watts’ current location remains unknown.
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department’s Missing Person Unit is diligently following all leads and utilizing all available resources in their efforts to locate Watts. The department has taken to social media platforms, such as Twitter, to appeal for public assistance and share updates on the investigation.
In addition to their own efforts, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department is also collaborating with the Anson County Sheriff’s Office in the ongoing investigation. The joint effort is aimed at maximizing resources and expanding the search area in hopes of finding Watts.
The circumstances surrounding Watts’ disappearance remain unclear. Authorities have not released any information regarding potential suspects or foul play. The public is urged to come forward with any information that may assist in locating Watts.
The case serves as a stark reminder of the importance of community involvement in missing person cases. The public’s assistance can often provide crucial leads that can aid in the resolution of such cases.