36-year-old Atlanta woman Stacey Nicole English missing since Christmas
(CBS) ATLANTA - Police say they have found the car of a 36-year- old Atlanta woman who went missing during the holidays.
According to her family, Stacey Nicole English was last seen in her home on Lenox Road on or about Christmas Day, reports CBS Atlanta.
"She was a normal and happy woman in the city. Getting ready to enjoy the holidays and festivities," said friend Monica Croom.
Police, who previously said they believed the 36-year-old woman was driving a white 2006 Volvo S60 with Georgia tag BPR4324, announced Thursday morning that the vehicle was found abandoned on Dec. 27 in southwest Atlanta, reports local station WSB-TV.
English's family reportedly says the woman left her cell phone and keys behind, and her fireplace was in use (on).
"She's extremely close with her mother and father. We knew something was wrong when we didn't hear from her. We're also concerned because she has a medical condition and takes medication," said Croom, reports WGCL.
Police say there is no indication of foul play.
According to WSB-TV, English's family says the last one to see her was a male friend who was visiting from St. Louis. They say the friend admitted he'd argued with English.
Police are asking anyone with information on English to call 911 or the department's Adult Missing Persons Squad.
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