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Paulette Scott, 41: Went On A Walk In 2015 & Was Never Seen Again
There haven’t been many details shared about Paulette Scott or her missing person case, but it’s reported that she was living with her mother when she disappeared. The 41-year-old had reportedly recently lost her home and moved back in with her mother. On March 26, 2015, Paulette’s mother said her daughter told her she needed to clear her head so she went for a walk. The mother watched Paulette leave the residence. She’s never been seen or heard from again.
Police searched throughout the St. Matthews, South Carolina neighborhood and the wooded area that surrounded the area but there was no trace of Paulette Scott.
“We found no signs of her going into the woods. For instance, no signs of tracks. No signs of pushed down brush or grass or any signs that would indicate she actually went into the wood line,” said Calhoun County Sheriff Thomas Summers. “She was a very private person. Said she didn’t socialize much or have many friends. She mainly stayed to herself. She read the Bible a lot and was basically like a loner type of person.”
“There were no indicators she had been abducted. There were no indicators of anything except like she told her mother. She wanted to clear her head,” said Summers. “We’re just really concerned right now because there has been no contact.”
At the time of her disappearance, Paulette is described as having black/dark brown hair and brown eyes. She was 5 feet 6 inches tall and 150 pounds. Police stated that Paulette Scott was last wearing a white “Panthers vs. Patriots” t-shirt, a beige hoodie, and blue pajama pants with brown dogs printed on them.
Anyone with information regarding this case is urged to contact the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office at (803) 874-2741, CrimeStoppers at 1-888-CRIME-SC, or their local authorities. The agency case number is 15-158.
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