WESTERVILLE, Ohio (WCMH) — The Westerville Division of Police is seeking help with locating a missing Westerville woman.
The Westerville Division of Police hosted a media availability Thursday, June 18 to discuss Noble’s disappearance and the ongoing investigation.
“We are here for the common reason today to exhaust all investigate measures to keep everything on the table in an effort to find Emily,” Lieutenant Douglas Stephens said.
Lieutenant Stephens says Noble went missing one day after celebrating her 52nd birthday. Stephens added her husband said she was gone when he woke up on May 25.
Stephens said they are searching all bodies of water around the Westerville area.
“We also deployed canine teams at this time in an effort to find her in the residence in the general area,” Stephens said. “A lot of those searches were negative we didn’t find anything there.”
Police also searched the area she was last seen, which was at her home near County Line Rd. and State Rd. in Westerville.
Noble has curly brown hair and brown eyes.
Neighbors told police they last saw her on May 24th around 7pm in front of her residence, according to a police report.
Anyone with information on Noble’s whereabouts is asked to contact the WPD Investigations section (614) 901-6881 or WPD Tipline (614) 901-6866 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Calls and information are anonymous. Information may also be provided on the non-emergency line at (614) 882-7444.
For more information on the Westerville Division of Police, please visit www.westerville.org/police.