PAGELAND, S.C. (FOX 46 CHARLOTTE) — Deidre Reid is lacking, and she has been for the final 21 times.
Previous Director of Circumstance Management and Communications for the Countrywide Lacking and Unidentified People Process (NAMUS) Todd Matthews states you will find numerous things involving a missing folks scenario.
“With a lacking person, you really never know. You really don’t know if its heading to be a homicide, endangered missing, a drug situation, a mental illness circumstance,” Matthews said.
Reid’s household states she was headed from Pageland to the Greyhound bus station in Charlotte. That was the last day her family heard from her.
“Every person often says, ‘Well my beloved one would never ever do that,’ then we’re stunned to say ‘yes, they would.’ That’s where by regulation enforcement arrives in, and they seem at the historical past of that man or woman not too long ago and they’re skilled to inquire all those questions like, were being they in a terrible state of brain?” Matthews explained.
Pageland Police unveiled a photo of a 2004 Gray Chevrolet Tahoe with the SC tag FXU718.
“You set it out for that explanation, you want individuals that could possibly have witnessed anything… Individuals can be a witness and not even know it. So you might be not just inquiring the common public, ‘hey, take a wild guess at this,'” Matthews reported.
Law enforcement mentioned Emanuel Bedford as a individual of interest in this situation. They think he may perhaps be in Ga. Matthews says this is critical.
“Typically if law enforcement names a individual of fascination, there is some robust evidence to assistance that due to the fact its difficult to level that finger, and if they’re pointing that finger there is a reason that they need to have for the community to know that.”
Reid was past found sporting grey sweatpants, a gentle pink and white shirt, and white Nike Air Power Ones. If you keep in mind anything, please connect with the Pageland Law enforcement.