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Hunt For Missing Woman Continues

By David Howell


WATER VALLEY – Although several tips were reported to the Yalobusha County Sheriff’s Department regarding a missing woman publicized last week, Sheriff Lance Humphreys reports authorities still have not located 27 year-old Trinity Harvey.

Humphreys reached out to multiple media outlets last Tuesday for help in the search for Harvey after learning a day earlier from the Greenwood Police Department that her family had filed a missing persons report on August 24. Harvey had moved to Yalobusha County from Greenwood back in March and her last known residence was on County Road 124, east of Water Valley, where she was renting a house. 

“We had a few tips about potential sightings, including a report from Tupelo and another in Grenada County, but nothing checked out,” Humphreys told the Herald at presstime Tuesday.

Harvey’s three year-old daughter was also reported missing on August 24, but was found safe in Greenwood on Sept. 17. The discovery triggered suspicion from Harvey’s family members, who indicated on Facebook that foul play may be a factor in the disappearance.

“I’m still holding on to a little piece of hope that she isn’t gone,” Harvey’s sister, Chamille Harvey posted.

Humphreys said the search for Harvey continues and again urged anyone who knows anything that could help with the investigation to contact his department at 473-2722.

“We are not making any assumptions and we will continue to pursue all leads we receive,” the sheriff added.

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