It's been two weeks since a pregnant Tallahassee woman went missing and there is still no sign of her.
That's why police are turning to the media once again. They're hoping by keeping her picture in the community, it will spark a memory with someone who may have seen her.
A picture of 30-year-old Ali Gilmore has been at the side of Tallahassee police investigators since she went missing two weeks ago. Everyday it stands as a reminder of the desperate search to find her.
“We can't narrow this down as far as a focus or a scope of this investigation so we have to consider all scenarios and possibilities that might be involved,” explains Capt. Kelly Burke of TPD.
With no major clues and few leads, police canvassed Gilmore’s Wilson Green neighborhood again. They were looking for any possibility that a memory is sparked, that someone may have seen Gilmore maybe on her way to work at a southside Publix, or on her way to another job with the department of health.
Police say the key to solving this case lies in the hands of someone in the community.
Police say Gilmore had recently separated from her husband. He was been questioned and is cooperating with investigators. He has not been named a suspect.
Investigators are asking that anyone who thinks they may have seen her to call Crime Stoppers at 850-891-HELP.
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