Home » Monisha Harrell, 36: Reported Missing From Alabama In July 2021
Although several outlets shared information about this case, details regarding the circumstances related to the disappearance of Monisha Harrell have been scarce. A quick search online turned up several links to news outlets delivering the same information: a 36-year-old woman went missing from Bessemer, Alabama, and police need the public’s help locating her. Not much else can be found other than Monisha was last known to be “in the area of Cloverdale Apartments.”
The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System‘s database shows that Monisha Harrell was reported missing on July 19, 2021. In an article shared by CBS 42 News just days after the missing persons report was filed, Monisha’s family was said to have told authorities that she had “not been seen or heard from in months.”
Police added that relatives claimed Monisha regularly checked in with them but couldn’t make contact. Unfortunately, Monisha’s personal life, professional career, and relationships haven’t been shared. Considering that her family and friends hadn’t heard from her for some time, it is unclear when authorities believe Monisha actually went missing.
Monisha Harrell: What To Know
At the time of her disappearance, Monisha Harrell stood 5 feet 5 inches to 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighed 140 to 160 pounds. She had black/dark brown hair and brown eyes. Her middle name is “Denise.” Monisha was last seen wearing black leggings and flip-flops, although her shirt or top is unknown. Information regarding distinguishing marks or scars has not been shared, but Monisha reportedly has a butterfly tattoo on her lower back.
Anyone with information about this case is urged to contact the Bessemer Police Department (can be anonymous) at (205) 428-3541, Det. McCay at 205-565-1320, the non-emergency line at 205-425-2411, or their local authorities.
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