(CBS) NEW ORLEANS - Police say surveillance video shows Terrilynn Monette, a 26-year-old elementary school from Long Beach, Calif. who disappeared in New Orleans on March 2, was driving alone in her car when she left a bar around 5:15a.m. on the day she was last seen, CBS affiliate WWLTV reports.
The New Orleans Police Department has reviewed three red light cameras which reportedly show Monette leaving Parlay's Lounge, a bar in the Lakeview neighborhood of New Orleans, and heading towards City Park in her black 2012 Honda Accord. Officer Hilal Williams, a spokesperson for the NOPD, confirmed Monette was alone in her car.
It is unclear where Monette was headed after a certain point and her car has not been found, according to the station.
A number of searches have been conducted by authorities and family members since the teacher went missing.
EquuSearch, a Houston-based company that specializes in the search and recovery of missing persons, used sonar equipment to search bayous and ponds in the area. According to Tim Miller, the founder of the company, they have ruled out the possibility of a vehicle being in those waters, the station reports.
Monette had been working in New Orleans for "Teach NOLA," a program that places educators in impoverished areas.
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