Canton police are looking for a woman who has not been seen since last week.
Deborah Lee Crawford, 41, of Marietta was last seen when a friend dropped her off at Kmart in Canton at 4 p.m. Monday. She supposedly was picked up there by a man named Travis, according to Canton police. She was reported missing Thursday.
Crawford’s family said she has several mental disorders, including depression, and has not been reported missing before.
At a prayer vigil in Marietta on Sunday, held in collaboration with the New Order Human Rights Organization, Crawford’s son Floyd, 22, said no one in the family knew anything regarding Travis.
“I’ve never laid eyes on him,” Floyd Crawford said.
Crawford’s cousin Zelda Neese said that after she was gone for a few days without contact, the situation started becoming suspicious.
“One thing about my cousin is that she may not contact us, but she is going to always keep in contact with (Floyd), every day, all day,” Neese said. “That’s just their relationship.”
Crawford is described as a black female who weighs 165 pounds. She has two tattoos — “Brent’s playground” on her chest and praying hands on her right forearm. When last seen, she was wearing jeans and a green shirt with a green M&M and a frog on it.
If you have any information on Crawford’s whereabouts, please contact the Cherokee County 911 Center at 678-493-4080 or the Canton Police Department at 770-720-4883, attention Detective R.V. Campbell.
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