Search continues for Emily Wade

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LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Police, family, and friends are still searching for a missing Harrison County woman who recently moved to Ennis, Texas.

Emily Wade is originally from Cynthiana and on January 5th, police says she disappeared after going to a co-worker’s house to watch a movie.

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Police say a friend who was at the house says the 38 year old drove away around 8:30pm in a 2012 silver Nissan Altima with a Kentucky license plate.

A close family friend says Wade’s mother and brother are in Texas searching for her without any leads.

“The hurt that she is feeling is killing me and her brother is tore up all to pieces. He’s has to leave his job to go to Ennis. It’s just traumatic for everyone that’s involved,” said Kathy Kaiser, a close family friend.

Kaiser says everyday there are people handing out flyers and looking for Emily.

Click here to visit the official Facebook search page.

 

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