From The Trussville Tribune staff reports
PELHAM —According to the Pelham Police Department, an active search is currently underway along County Road 36 for Lisa Holman, age 45.
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UPDATED: 7 a.m. Sunday morning update from the Pelham police-
The search is resuming as we speak. Because of the overwhelming response, the number of volunteers will be capped at 200 this morning.
We’ll need more volunteers this afternoon, so if you were not able to make it out this morning, please meet at Chelsea High School no later than 12:00p.m. Sunday.
All volunteers must be at least 18 years old, and you must have a cellphone. Again, thank you to everyone for offering time and resources in the effort to find Lisa Holman.
UPDATED: Pelham Police posted the following update Saturday night:
As night falls, we are still searching for 45-year-old Lisa Holman. We are calling in some outside resources and fresh search K9s to aid in the search. If these yield no results, the search will be suspended for the night, and we will resume at daybreak Sunday.
Many of you have reached out to us, offering to volunteer in the search. If you would like to do so, please meet at Chelsea High School at 6:00a.m. Sunday. Officers will be on hand to provide instructions.
PREVIOUSLY REPORTED: Her vehicle was found wrecked this morning. She was last seen wearing a hot pink sweater and black leggings.
Police are asking that anyone who saw a woman fitting this description, especially along CR 36 between Bent Creek Drive and Brasher Road, to call them at 205-620-6550.
Anyone living near the area is asked to keep an eye out, as well, but please do not interfere with the law enforcement search.
CR 36 is still closed in this area as the search continues. We will let you know when it is reopened.