Posters put up near where a missing Kentucky woman vanished in January were reportedly inexplicably taken down as family and friends continue their search.
Sabrina Speratos, a friend of Savannah Spurlock, 23 told WLEX that the posters placed on utility poles around Garrard County were removed. Some of the posters taken down were located near tip boxes soliciting information about the missing mother.
According to the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs), Spurlock, then 22, was last seen January 4 leaving an established by the name of The Other Bar in Lexington, and getting into a black Chevy S-10 pickup truck. Spurlock reportedly left the bar with three men and traveled to Garrard County, where the trail goes cold.
The news of the posters comes as loved ones announced on the “Missing Savannah” Facebook page that they’ve hired a Lexington-based private investigator took investigate Spurlock’s unsolved disappearance.
“We are confident that his efforts, along with that of RPD, KSP, and the FBI will bring the much-needed resolution and truth,” they wrote.
Meanwhile, Speratos told the news outlet that the posters will be replaced as soon as possible.
She said Wednesday, “We’ll probably have them back out here tomorrow.”
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[Featured image: Savannah Spurlock/Richmond Police Deparment]