Family seeks help finding Columbiana woman
By BRAD GASKINS / Staff Writer
COLUMBIANA – The family of a Columbiana woman is hoping somebody has seen their loved one.
Tina Smith, 41, hasn’t been seen or heard from since Oct. 19, when she left her apartment in her dark gray 2005 Kia Sorento, according to her sister.
Lynn Norred also said it’s not like Smith, who left with no cell phone or credit cards, to stay gone for so long without contacting family. Smith lives in Columbiana with her husband and two teenaged sons.
Columbiana police have issued a BOLO for Smith, but aren’t actively looking for her. Police chief Lamar Vick said it appears Smith left on her own.
If you’ve seen Smith, call Norred at 256-249-9368.
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