The Greensboro Police Department is on an intensive search for a woman, Marissa Kay Carmichael, who made a distressing 911 call during a night out this month, reporting a robbery and stating that she didn’t know her location.
Unfortunately, she has been missing since the incident. The 25-year-old mother of five made the distress 911 call reporting a robbery from an Exxon gas station in Greensboro, N.C., on January 14, according to Unilad.
An incident report from the Greensboro Police Department confirms this as the last known sighting of Carmichael. According to her family, she went to the Exxon after leaving a nearby nightclub.
At 3:40 am local time, Carmichael made a 911 call reporting a robbery, stating she did not know her location in Greensboro. During the call, she mentioned that someone in the car with her instructed her to enter the Exxon to “grab some sh*t.” However, by the time she was in the store, that person had already left.
“I just got all my stuff thrown out the car,” she said on the call. “He took off with my phone. I have no clue where I’m at.”
After a 911 call was made at around 3:40 am, a police officer arrived at the location, an Exxon gas station, approximately 40 minutes later, but Carmichael was not found.
The investigation into her whereabouts is ongoing, with the search intensifying. The Greensboro Police Department has issued a plea on Facebook, urging anyone with information to come forward and assist in the efforts to locate the missing mother.
Carmichael, who has distinctive face tattoos—a heart and a butterfly near her eye—was last seen wearing a white Tweety Bird T-shirt, blue jeans, and yellow sneakers, according to a Facebook post.
Carmichael’s mother, Sara, described her as a beautiful, caring, and empathetic person who always wanted to help others.
“My house hasn’t been empty since she was 14 or 15 because she had friends that we opened up our home for. If she had her phone, she would have found a way home.”
Sara expressed concern about Carmichael’s disappearance and has personally taken steps to find her daughter. Carmichael’s family is actively seeking information and assistance to locate her.
“I’ve made myself sick by being out in the cold but I’ve been busy investigating, getting Marissa’s face out there, and getting her story out there,'” she said.
“I have my moments where I just shut down for a few hours and cry. Then I say, ‘I’ve gotta get it together. I’ve got to fight for Marissa. I’ve got to be her voice.’”