Valdosta Police Still Looking for Missing Persons After 15 Years

Missing Person
Posted at 8:40 PM, Nov 25, 2015

VALDOSTA, GA. (WTXL) - Valdosta Police are bringing renewed attention to a 15 year old missing persons case this holiday season.

Paula Wade worked at Sam's Club on Norma Drive in Valdosta in 2002. When she didn't show up to work, her co-workers decided to check on her at her home but she wasn't there. Wade was reported missing on October 22, 2002 along with her three year old son Brandon. Neither have not been seen since.

A 1998 Chevy Blazer was still at the Commons Apartment Complex on St. Augustine Road where she lived.

Captain Bobbi Mcgraw is close to this case and says, they follow up on any and all leads, "It's been quite a few years ago that someone thought they saw brandon at a school in Gainesville Georgia. so we went up there and spent a few days combing every school in hall county and it panned out to be nothing and children at that young age sometimes children at that young age have some similarities and we weren't able to establish anything"

Valdosta Police are asking if anyone has any information to contact Bobbi Mcgraw at 229-293-3135, or can call anonymously at 229-293-3091.