Priscilla Brock, is described as a white female with grey hair and hazel eyes; she is 5’11”, and weighs 175 pounds. She was last seen driving her light blue, 1991 Lincoln Town Car at 3 a.m., Tuesday, April 28.
“She left not expecting, evidently, to be gone long, because she left her dot at home, and her family says she never leaves him unattended,” says Grady County Sheriff Harry Young.
A neighbor reported hearing Ms. Brock start her Lincoln, and drive away in the wee hours of the morning last Tuesday. That neighbor followed Ms. Brock down Peebles Still Road to Pleasant Grove Road. Sheriff Young says the neighbor knew Ms. Brock has a friend who lives on Pleasant Grove Road, so the neighbor turned around and went back home. Unfortunately, Ms. Brock never went to the friend’s house.
“It’s like she just disappeared,” Sheriff Young says.
Ms. Brock did have her daughter’s dog, a miniature Doberman Pinscher, with her in the car. The dog Ms. Brock left at home was a Chow, according to Young.
The sheriff says he does not suspect foul play at this time, and has issued a nationwide missing person’s alert. Young says surrounding counties are looking for her along with Grady County deputies. “The search is still on. We’ve gone down every road in the county, every lane; flown over with airplanes, helicopters and crop dusters,” he says.
Ms. Brock was on vacation from her job at the U.S. Post Office in Bainbridge, Young says, and no one has heard from her.
“I ask citizens to be on the lookout. If they see anything or hear anything, call immediately. She could have run off into the woods and gotten her car covered by bushes,” the sheriff worries, “we won’t give up until we find her.”