Twenty-four-year-old Kamrie Mitchell was last seen around August 25th in the Branford, Florida region. Just this past week her car was found to be submerged in a flooded area, but she is nowhere to be found. The details are strange in this case, so it's no wonder that investigators are still seeking answers in what is shaping up to be one grand mystery. What happened to this missing woman?
The car that was found submerged appears to be an item of focus. That's because it had to have been pushed into the flooded area in which it was discovered. It had been sitting parked on the side of the road for a few days before it was found submerged. The sheriff believes foul play is a factor in this disappearance.
To take an opinionated stance, it seems as though someone was making a bold statement by pushing the car into the flooded area beside the road. It can be the brazen call for attention by the person responsible for this woman's disappearance. However, there is still a chance that this was done by pranksters.
Kamrie Mitchell is the mother of a young child, so it's important that she be found. It's also not in her character to go missing like this without contacting her family. A cellphone was found in the car, so there will hopefully be new details regarding the device. Maybe there will be clues to lead officials in the right direction. Until then, there just isn't enough information in this young woman's strange disappearance.
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