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Group Sets Up Tip Boxes In Garrard Co. To Help Find Savannah Spurlock

Posted at 6:36 PM, Jun 13, 2019
and last updated 2019-06-13 18:36:10-04

GARRARD COUNTY, Ky. (LEX 18)– A group in Garrard County is putting out tip boxes in hopes of receiving information leading them to missing mother Savannah Spurlock.

Spurlock was seen on surveillance footage leaving The Other Bar in Lexington with men in January. Investigators say she then went to a Garrard County residence with three men.

In the days and weeks after her disappearance, police searched in and around two homes in the area and seized a white vehicle from the property. Detectives say they continue to speak with all three men, but the men have never been named suspects.

A group of volunteers who have been searching for the mother of four are setting up metal tip boxes across Garrard County. The boxes will be placed in discrete areas with no cameras.

Kim Gipson, the volunteer group organizer says that the tips could be anything, they just want information that could lead to Spurlock.

The tips will be collected from the boxes once a week.

The group says that the boxes will help in case someone out there has information to solve the mystery but wants to remain truly anonymous.

“That’s for law enforcement to figure out who did what, we just want her found. If you know where she is, where she could be, just drop a tip in here and nobody’s going to ask you any questions, nobody’s even going to know who did it,” said searcher Toni Robinson.