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Nicole Goodlett Reported Missing In Spartanburg Co.

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The Spartanburg County Sheriff's Office is trying to find a missing woman who may not be on her medication for depression.
Nicole Goodlett, 28, of Loblolly Drive was reported missing on Wednesday by her parents. Her parents tell investigators Nicole suffers from depression and may not have medication with her.
Goodlett is 5'10" and weighs 130 pounds. She may have straight or curly hair. Deputies have no information on what type or color of clothing she was wearing.
Nicole is also known as "Alazay" or simply as "zay" to her friends.

The family released a statement Wednesday asking for your help.

"No person of interest has been indentified and no one has reported seeing our daughter," it stated.  "We are asking everyone in the region to help with the search.  We want the community to know who she is, know her story so you can help get her home safely to her children."

The family says it will take the support of the community to find answers.
Anyone with information on finding Nicole Goodlett is asked to call CrimeStoppers at 1 (888) CRIME-SC (888.274.6372) or your local law enforcement agency. 
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