Police have no leads in case of missing Sebastian woman , Florida
Police have no leads in case of missing Sebastian woman
By Lamaur Stancil (Contact)
Originally published 06:31 p.m., January 16, 2009
Updated 06:31 p.m., January 16, 2009
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SEBASTIAN — The search for a missing Sebastian woman enters its fifth month, with her family members facing the prospect of moving her belongings out of her apartment and police unable to find a lead.
Marcia Hulihan, 50, lived at the Pelican Isle Apartments south of Main Street west of the railroad tracks and worked at Wal-Mart, police said. She was last seen Sept. 7.
“There’s been no developments and no activity on any of her accounts,” Sebastian police spokesman Steve Marcinik said.
The date of her disappearance holds few clues as to where Hulihan would have gone, police said. Her confirmed activities that day include calling off from work, having her car towed to a local garage and making a phone call to her son, Christopher Hulihan Jr., who was away at college, Sebastian police said. Phone records obtained by the police showed no other significant phone calls, Marcinik said.
Hulihan is a divorcee and the eldest of five sisters.
“We’re all dealing with it in our own ways,” said one of Hulihan’s sisters, Alison Lapierre, who lives in Maine. “It’s been really difficult for her son.”
Lapierre said the family will have to move Hulihan’s belongings out of her apartment by the end of the month. Police said the apartment yielded no clues about the woman’s disappearance.
“They did a forensic search in there,” Marcinik said. “There’s nothing to show that it’s a crime scene.”
Searches of the grounds surrounding the apartments have also provided no clues, police said. Investigators have also kept track of reports of bodies found in other parts of the country, but none have been connected to Hulihan’s disappearance.
Police described Hulihan as 5 feet 7 inches tall, 100 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. Anyone with information on Hulihan’s disappearance should call Sebastian police at (772) 589
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