Washington County Searching for missing Sandersville woman
Where according to her family, prince received a mysterious call. That eventually lead Prince to leave the restaurant unexpectedly.
After not hearing from Prince for 24 hours, the family decided to contact the Washington County Sheriff’s Office.
Where Sheriff Joel Cochran says they than, began investigating the call.
“She received a call from a male acquaintance, and had a consensual meeting with this male acquaintance,” said Cochran.
They met up at the local Walmart where Prince then left with the male acquaintance. According to Cochran the event are still unclear, and they are still working on investigating what happened.
Priscilla Puebla, Prince’s third cousin says this is unlike her. Puebla recalls her cousin as always having her phone with her and always staying in contact.
“It’s kind of weird, it’s definitely weird, so I just hope she is okay,” said Puebla.
Tina Prince was an Elementary school teacher and was known by many in the community. Her family just wants the public to help bring Prince home.
If you have any information regarding Tina Prince you are urged to contact the Washington County Sheriff’s Office at (478) 552-0911.