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SLED asks for help locating woman missing since March

Paulette Scott (Source: Calhoun Co. Sheriff) Paulette Scott (Source: Calhoun Co. Sheriff)
CALHOUN COUNTY, SC (WIS) -

The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division is asking for help locating a 41-year-old woman who has not been seen since March.

Paulette Scott was last seen at her mother's home on March 26. Since then, Sheriff Thomas Summers Jr. said she has not contacted her family.

Scott said she was living with her mother in Calhoun County and left the house because she "needed to clear her head."

Scott is five feet, six inches tall with brown eyes and black hair. Her photo is attached to this story.

She was last seen wearing blue pajama pants with brown dogs on them, a white shirt with "Panthers versus Patriots" on it, and a beige hooded sweatshirt.

The sheriff's office says there was a possible sighting of Scott at the Waffle House on Route 601 in Orangeburg about two weeks after she was reported missing.

If you know where Scott is, call the Calhoun County Sheriff's Office at 803-874-2741 or Crimestoppers at 1-888-Crime-SC.

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