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What happened to Lindsay Allison?

Lindsay Allison is missing
Lindsay Allison is missing
CMPD; Photo provided to the media

Have you seen this missing woman? Media reports share that 30-year-old Lindsay Allison went missing very early Tuesday morning, and now the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department are asking for anyone with information to come forward or call crime stoppers at (704)334-1600. The details in this case are still developing, so it's hard to tell whether or not she's a victim of foul play.

She's described as 5'4" and abut 120 lbs., with brown hair and blue eyes. She was last seen leaving her work at around 2:30 a.m., at around the 7300 block of North Tyron Street in Charlotte. There are motels and strip clubs in this area, but no reports indicate what this woman was doing in the area at this time of night. Regardless of her type of employment, she could have very well been vulnerable to some kind of attack. On the other hand, it's important to consider other possibilities such as drunk driving or simply voluntarily disappearing for a while. There are just no real details in this case other than the fact that Lindsay Allison is missing.

Lindsay is far from the only woman missing in this area, by the way. Heather Elvis vanished from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina -- which is just a little over three hours away from where Lindsay was last seen. Of course Brittanee Drexel vanished from the same area as Heather Elvis. Stephanie Haynes went missing from Charlotte back in 2003 and her case remains unsolved. Cheryl Williams vanished from Chapel Hill back in 2002. Numerous women are missing in South Carolina and North Carolina, and now Lindsay Allison is among them. Will her case end in her being found safe and voluntarily missing? It's absolutely hopeful that she's blissfully unaware that her disappearance has garnered media attention.