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Vehicle Of Missing Greenville Woman Found

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Greenville Police Department is reporting that as of Sunday morning, Misty Johnson's car has been located by the department and taken into custody. Greenville Police Department is reporting that as of Sunday morning, Misty Johnson's car has been located by the department and taken into custody.
Greenville Police Department is reporting that as of Sunday morning, Misty Johnson's car has been located by the department and taken into custody. Greenville Police Department is reporting that as of Sunday morning, Misty Johnson's car has been located by the department and taken into custody.
GREENVILLE, S.C. -

September 15, 2013
Greenville Police Department is reporting that as of Sunday morning, Misty Johnson's car has been located by the department and taken into custody.

The vehicle was found within the city of Greenville and reported on Sunday.

There are no additional details being released at this time. Police are encouraging anyone with information on where Johnson could be, to call Greenville Police at (864) 271-4273

September 14, 2013
Greenville Police need your help finding a missing woman.

Police tell 7 On Your Side that 39 year old Misty Johnson has been missing since early Thursday morning.

Greenville Police say that Johnson was last seen at Junior's Sports Bar on Gladys Drive in the city of Greenville.

Johnson works at Carolina Ale House on Woodruff Road and has not been in contact with family or friends, neither has Johnson been at seen at home or shown up for work.

If you may have any information on where Johnson could be, call Greenville Police at (864) 271-4273

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