by Robin Kemp
East Point Police are urging the public to keep an eye out for Phyllis Williams, 74, who went missing from 3113 East Point Street on Thursday, July 9.
Police say Williams lives near that location, where she was last seen “was last seen getting into a red in color Grand Prix with tinted windows and no tag. It is unknown who the vehicle belongs to.”
Williams is described as a Black woman, about 5 feet 6 inches tall and 160 pounds. Police say she has been diagnosed with dementia.
Anyone who has seen her or knows where to find the car that picked her up is urged to call East Point Police Detective Tysver or Detective Watts at (404) 761-2177, or dial 911 or your local police agency.