Marissa Carmichael, missing woman

Surveillance Leads Detectives To A Witness In Case Of Missing 25-Year-Old Marissa Carmichael

Greensboro police in North Carolina said surveillance footage shows the 25-year-old woman leaving the gas station in a vehicle.

Greensboro Police in North Carolina announced that detectives have identified an individual who is currently considered a witness in the disappearance of 25-year-old Marissa Carmichael.

According to the GPD, surveillance footage obtained by police showed the woman getting into a vehicle and leaving the gas station located in the 800 block of East Market Street. Detectives have already interviewed the driver of the vehicle, who remains unnamed.

Recent updates reported by WCYB include a timeline of events released by the Greensboro Police Department. The mother of five’s whereabouts on the night of Jan. 13 included a stop at One17 SofaBar & Lounge followed by an after-party hosted at an Airbnb. On Jan. 14, the woman was dropped off at an Exxon gas station, where she made a 911 call at 3:40 a.m. after being stranded at the location without her phone. “I don’t know where I’m at I’m in the middle of Greensboro; he took my phone, I don’t have my phone,” Carmichael told the dispatcher that morning.

GPD reported that an officer was dispatched at 4:19 a.m. and arrived at 4:21 a.m. As previously mentioned by BLACK ENTERPRISE, Carmichael was already gone from the scene by the time police arrived at the location.

According to WCYB, the missing woman’s mother, Sara Carmichael, stated that her daughter said “she wasn’t hurt, but she was clearly confused and disoriented and had expressed she needed help; she needed her phone. I’m disappointed that they would take so long to get there if they had gotten there, she maybe would have still been waiting for help and be home now.”

Carmichael is described as a 260-pound biracial female standing at five feet and four inches tall. She has long black and blonde braids, a heart tattoo on her face, and a butterfly tattoo near her eye.

As the investigation continues, authorities encourage anyone with information to contact Guilford Crime Stoppers at 336-373-1000.

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