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Spurlock Family Offers Car Decals To Help Find Missing Daughter

Posted at 5:13 AM, May 09, 2019
and last updated 2019-05-09 07:07:04-04

MADISON COUNTY, Ky. (LEX 18)– In just six days, a $10,000 reward for a missing Madison County woman will expire and police are no closer to finding out what happened to her.

Savannah Spurlock was last seen in January, leaving “The Other Bar” in Lexington with three men.

Investigators say she went to a home in Garrard County later that same night.

In April, police searched a home in connection to her disappearance but no arrests have been made.

Savannah’s mother hopes car decals with Savannah’s picture will keep her daughter at the top of the public’s mind, and convince someone to come forward.

“Please, please, think deep and hard,” said Ellen Spurlock. “If you know anything, whether it be small, I don’t care. It could be something.”

The reward is being offered until May 15.

If you do have a tip, you’re asked to call the Richmond Police Department.

The car decals can be picked up at public libraries in Madison and Garrard counties, and at the library in downtown Lexington.