Deputies searching for missing Georgia first grade teacher
SANDERSVILLE, Ga. (WRDW/WAGT) - The Washington County Sheriff’s Office is searching for 46-year-old Tina Prince, who was last seen on May 28 around 8 p.m. at Pueblo’s Restaurant in Sandersville.
Deputies located Prince’s 2018 Kia Forte, but still have not located Prince.
The Washington County Sheriff’s Office initially believed Prince was in the Macon area, but have invalidated that theory.
“At this time, we are concerned about her safety due to the situation at hand. All of our resources are being used to locate Ms. Prince. We will continue to search for her and all leads as we receive them,” said Sheriff Joel Cochran.
Prince’s daughter, Kenzie Prince, tells News 12 she was at the restaurant with her family Friday evening, when her mother received a call during dinner. Kenzie says Tina left to answer it and hasn’t been seen since. Kenzie says she was unable to see who was calling.
Prince is a first grade teacher at Ridge Road Primary School. She is a white female, 5′5 in height, 130 pounds, with Auburn hair and blue eyes.
If you have any information, please contact Investigator Trey Burgamy with the Washington County Sheriff’s Office at (478) 553-0911.
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