Police in Georgia are searching for a mother who disappeared over a month ago and hasn’t contacted her family.
Olivia Fowler, 26, was last seen near Manchester on August 13, at a home in the 100 block of Long Road in the community of Chalybeate, at around 2 a.m. At 10:30 a.m. that same morning, a Department of Natural Resources ranger spotted Fowler walking along Pebblebrook Road in Meriwether County, Fox Atlanta reports.
Fowler’s aunt, Tamara McCoy, said Fowler didn’t bring her phone, purse, or license with her.
“Olivia wouldn’t go 40 days without reaching out to her family,” McCoy said.
Fowler, the mother of three children, reportedly missed her youngest child’s birthday. So far, there haven’t been any solid leads to help the family find Fowler. McCoy said at this point, the family is relying on prayer for her return.
The Newnan Times-Herald reports that Fowler was last seen wearing white cut-off shorts, black flip flops, and a white tye-dye shirt. She has a tattoo on her right arm that reads,” I love you,” and a missing front tooth.
Anyone with information on Fowler’s whereabouts should contact the Meriwether County Sheriff’s Office at 706-672-4489.
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[Featured Photo: Olivia Fowler/Handout]