Volunteers continue search for Tricia

Volunteers continue search for Tricia

The mystery continues surrounding the disappearance of #triciawilliamstodd.  The MCSO air unit says the sheer scope plus little evidence has created a tough search even from the skies. One pilot describes the search for Todd as a needle in a haystack. After days of searching a 30 square mile radius from the sky, they’re no closer to solving the mother’s mysterious disappearance. With no confirmed footprints, clothing or personal items found, searchers have been at a loss. Investigators have been checked nearby businesses for any new surveillance video of Todd or who may have been driving her car. Deputies are hoping a sign will be found soon and if someone saw something, they’ll come forward.

The ground search for a missing mother from Hobe Sound has been suspended. The Martin County Sheriff’s Office say they’ll continue to dig through Tricia Todd’s cell phone records and bank accounts, but until more tips come in, the ground work is over. Investigators brought in forensic science students from Keiser University, plus CSI investigators from Vero Beach and Fort Pierce might find something that they had missed. The last known image of Todd shows her shopping at Publix on April 26. Her family reported her missing the next day. The Sheriff’s Office called her disappearance “suspicious.”

Rebecca Hasselbach, Tricia’s mom, held a press conference yesterday asking for the public’s help after local deputies end their ground search. At the news conference she thanked everyone involved in the search, but added that more help is needed. The Martin County Sheriff’s office says they are still looking for leads even though their ground search has ended.

Deputies say Todd’s phone is off and there has been no activity on her cell or on bank accounts since she was last seen dropping off medicine to her ex husband for their child. Her car was found at a friend’s place with the keys still in the ignition. If you have any information on Todd’s whereabouts, contact the Martin county Sheriff’s Office immediately

Today we are featuring her shell necklace that is missing and a photo of  her iPhone. Her wallet was hot pink and long.

Volunteers continue search for Tricia

Volunteers continue search for Tricia

Please call in tips no matter how insignificant you think they are to the MCSO 772-220-7170.

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