OSCEOLA COUNTY, Mich., (WPBN/WGTU) — A search is happening for a 33-year-old woman in Osceola County.
Acacia Wright was reported missing near the Village of Leroy on Monday.
We’re told she was driving her 1998 Chevy 1500 Silverado.
Wright’s aunt said Wright’s phone was pinged in a wooded area.
But, the ping moved from its previous location earlier Thursday morning and the phone has now been turned off.
On Thursday, more than 20 family, friends and volunteers drove through the streets in between the communities of Ashton and Tustin.
“The last time we’ve talked to Acacia is Sunday night at about 8:30 and no one has seen her or talked to her since,” Acacia Wright’s Aunt Lori Carlson said. “We’ve had a few leads and her phone has been pinging in a few places but that’s can be within five feet or 20 miles.”
If you have any information on Acacia Wright, contact the Osceola or Wexford County Sheriffs.
Family searches for missing woman in Osceola County
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