LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - The search for missing woman Nicole Howard continues. Family andFriends gathered at Howard's house on Lafayette's southside tostart looking for Howard on their own.
Howard's daughter Lindsay Saylor of Memphis, Tennessee drovenine hours to help assist with the Saturday morning search.
"She's going through some thing right now. No one really knowswhat she is thinking or where she is at, or what she is doing. Andwe are all just praying that she is ok, and that we will find her,"said Saylor.
The missing woman's husband Roy Howard said Nicole Howardsuffers from a range of health issues including Fibromyalgia,Bio-polar disorder and C.O.P.D.
According to Lafayette Police, family members reported46-year-old Nicole Howard missing on July 22.
Howard's vehicle, a blue Chevy pickup, was left unoccupied onVeterans Memorial Parkway near I-65 in Tippecanoe County. Policefound the vehicle at 7:15 a.m. on Thursday, July 22.
Police said they do not know if Howard walked from that area orleft in another vehicle.
Police said Howard may have medical concerns and may visit amedical facility for assistance.
Police said Howard is 5 feet four inches tall, weighs 105pounds, and has blonde or light brown hair. They do not know whatshe was wearing at the time of her disappearance.
Anyone that saw Howard, or may have information to help locateher is asked to contact Detective Scott Galloway at the LafayettePolice at (765) 807-1200. You can also call the WE-TIP Hotline at1-800-78CRIME.
A Lafayette man charged with multiple bank robberies in Tippecanoe and Clinton Counties pleads guilty to a series of bank robberies in Illinois.
The drop in temperatures brings the potential for health dangers, such as hypothermia and frost bite. The bitter temperatures can pose a threat for children, adults and pets.
As it stands Wednesday, there will be no FEMA aid for tornado survivors in Howard County.