Ali Gilmore, the Tallahassee woman missing since February, was to be a mother this week. She was four months pregnant when she disappeared.
Tallahassee Police say there have been several leads, many coming through the national plea to find her. However, none are leading them to the 30-year-old woman. Her disappearance shocked family and friends.
Gilmore was described as a reliable worker who kept in close contact with loved ones.
OFC John Newland of the Tallahassee Police Department said, "We still have two full-time investigators working nothing but the Gilmore case, and we're still working leads that come in periodically, and to find out if those leads amount to anything or pans out to anything else."
OFC Newland says there is a suspect list of at least three people. Anyone with information about Gilmore's disappearance is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 850-891-HELP.
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