SCOTT COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) – Investigators say they are continuing to follow leads in the disappearance of a mother of three.
The Scott County Sheriff’s Office says Wednesday night a volunteer group that handles bloodhound tracking dogs tried to find 32-year-old Sheena Baxter from her last known location, her sister’s home on Sundown Drive in Scot County.
Deputies say clothing items belonging to Baxter were given to the group to provide a scent to track.
The Sheriff’s Office says it is following several leads and is creating a timeline of Baxter’s actions leading up to when she went missing Friday night. Multiple agencies are working on the case.
In an emotional interview with WTVQ, Baxter’s sister, Christa Crumley, says Baxter was waiting for a ride from her boyfriend to stay the night, but Crumley says she never got in the car with him and disappeared after she said she was just going to step outside and be right back.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Scott County Sheriff’s Office at (502) 863-7855 or TEXT-A-TIP anonymously to (859) 509-0510.