The McDuffie County Sheriff’s Office seeks the public’s help in locating Vicky Lynn Curtis, who has been missing since May 29.
The sheriff’s office was dispatched to 1481 Armstrong Drive in Thomson on Friday, May 31 to help find Curtis, 59. Her family reported that Curtis left home on foot Wednesday and had not returned home. The family says she left her vehicle and phone, but took her wallet, medication, and some clothes with her in a large red, leather bag.
According to the sheriff’s office missing person’s report, Curtis had left home on foot before but returned a day later. The family spokesperson did not know where she went or whom she visited. The officer reported that the family was unsure if Curtis knew anyone in the area because she had returned to the area a week earlier to live with her sister on Armstrong Drive. She had been living in North Georgia.
Curtis is approximately 5-feet-7-inches tall and around 200 lbs. She has shoulder-length brown hair, brown eyes, and a sun tattoo on her forearm. She was last seen wearing a white shirt and jeans and carrying a large, read leather bag. She wears a sterling silver ring on her left hand.
According to the sheriff’s office, a deputy had spoken to Curtis on May 29 after finding her sleeping at the Dearing Park. The deputy says he ran her information and that Curtis told him she was fine and that she was walking to Augusta.
After a few days the family had not had any contact with Curtis and filed a missing person’s report on June 2.