GCPD: Gwinnett Woman Still Considered Missing
Although there have been media reports that Stacey Parker had been found, Gwinnett County Police say they are still treating her case as a missing person and she is still at risk.
Stacy Parker went missing Friday afternoon when she was last seen at the Venture Cinemas in Duluth. On Sunday, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported Parker was found safe. However, Cpl. Jake Smith of the Gwinnett County Police says the woman is still missing and the Mattie's Call is still in effect.
"As far as GCPD is concerned, Stacey Parker has not been located," said Smith in a release. "We still consider her a missing person and we still consider her at risk."
Smith says detectives have received tips that Parker may have bee seen at a homeless shelter in Atlanta. That information has not been confirmed and GCPD detectives are investigating.
Parker is a black female, 5'5", between 130 and 140 pounds. She was last seen wearing a gray pea coat, a white long sleeved shirt, black capri pants, white shoes and a pink purse. She suffers from diabetes and a brain tumor. Her symptoms from the tumor mimic those of alzheimer's, including confusion and forgetfulness.
Anyone with information about the missing woman should call GCPD Special Victims Unit detectives at 770-513-5300. Police ask if you should see Parker to call 911.