MOULTRIE, Ga. — The Moultrie Police Department is on the hunt for a woman who has been missing for two weeks.
Courtney Graham, 31, was last seen at 8 a.m. Oct. 7 by her mother, Dorothy Graham, at their house located at 1114 Sixth Ave. N.W. She told police Courtney was leaving for work that morning.
Courtney Graham was seen wearing “overall shorts,” “a shirt of unknown description,” and has reddish or blonde colored hair shaved at the top, police said. She’s approximately five feet tall and weighs 140 pounds.
According to the Oct. 16 report, Dorothy Graham said her daughter’s belongings were still at the residence. After checking with Courtney’s friends, her mother told police they said, “No one has seen her in about a week.”
She also told MPD that Courtney was a “street girl.” Police called her for an update on Oct. 17, and she told them Courtney “is still out there using drugs, but it is uncommon for her to reach out.”
The longest Courtney had been out of contact before was two days, her mother said.
Dorothy Graham told police Courtney didn’t have a boyfriend but was last with a Hispanic male. She had no more information on him other than that, the report read.
Dorothy Graham spoke with The Observer Monday morning and said Courtney’s still missing but she has heard disturbing rumors.
“But those are just rumors,” she said.
Anyone with information can contact the MPD at (229) 985-3131 or call 911.