JACKSON COUNTY, Miss. (WALA) – Jackson County, Miss. authorities said a Tennessee woman missing since June 2011 has been spotted at a local car wash.
Authorities said a Grand Bay couple found Tammy Renee King in March 2014 and was trying to help her find her family.
They said the couple took King to a church in Big Point Sunday, April 13. Officials said she left during the service and did not return.
Deputies said King left a bag at the church that had her identification inside.
Officials said she was last seen walking north on Miss. 613 in Big Point.
Authorities said King is reportedly wearing a flowered dress, trench coat and straw hat. They said she has a long string that she ties items on that she finds, such as silverware and lighters.
Anyone with information on King’s whereabouts are asked to call the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office at 228-769-3063.