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Reward Increased to $21,000 for Missing Ali Gilmore

Ali Gilmore, a 30 year old pregnant Tallahassee woman who has been missing for three weeks. The reward for information for the missing pregnant woman has been increased. The Police now believe foul play may be a factor in her disappearance based on the length of time that Ali Gilmore has been missing.

Publix Super Markets added $10,000 to the reward money being offered for information leading to the whereabouts of Ali Gilmore.

The donation matches the $10,000 that Tallahassee police announced earlier this week. Crime Stoppers (891-4357) also is offering $1,000 for information, making the total $21,000.

To help aid the search and information process, the Nancy Grace show plans to cover the case of the missing Ali Gilmore.

“Nancy Grace Show,” a CNN program that often highlights missing-person cases across the country. The segment is scheduled to air at 8 p.m. or 10 p.m. Tuesday
(Tallahassee Democrat)

Anyone with information on Gilmore’s whereabouts may call police at 891-4200 or Crimestoppers, 891-HELP (4357).

February 26th, 2006 at 01:13am Posted by | Ali Gilmore, Missing, Missing Adult, Reward | no comments

Ali Gilmore Still Missing two weeks later

Ali Gilmore, a state employee for who is a statistical analyst for the Department of Ali GilmoreHealth, is still missing. Ali Gilmore was last seen February 3, 2006.

With each passing day, family and friends are hoping to hear any new developments regarding the whereabouts of the 30-year-old, who is four months pregnant and hasn’t been heard from since Feb. 3.

Recent searches have focused on the area where Ali lived and her family and friend have handed out fliers in hopes of finding the missing woman.

McCranie said 30 officers were sent out to Gilmore’s home in the Wilson Green subdivision on Tallahassee’s south-side within the first 48 hours of her being reported missing on Feb. 6. Since the subdivision is relatively new, he said officers searched construction areas and vacant houses and canvased the neighborhood several times.

Police have said that nothing abnormal was found at her house. Her car was impounded but everything seemed to be intact. Nothing was found inside the house to indicate foul play and nothing appeared to be missing. (Tallahassee Democrat)

Ali Gilmore Description:

  • Height: 5 feet 6 inches
  • Weight 180 pounds
  • Other: doesn’t have any immediate relatives in the area, but her family in West Palm Beach was notified and plans on coming to Tallahassee.
  • Circumstances of disappearance:

When Gilmore didn’t show up Friday or Monday, her supervisor called the police department around 8 p.m. Monday. After talking to neighbors, co-workers and family members in her hometown of West Palm Beach, police are calling it a missing-person case, according to Tallahassee police Lt. Edward Smith, head of the criminal investigations unit.

(Tallahassee Democrat)

Anyone with information on Gilmore’s whereabouts may call police at 891-4200 or Crimestoppers, 891-HELP (4357).

Vigil held for missing woman

More than 150 people came to the candlelight vigil to share encouraging words and hope with the family of Ali Gilmore, 30, who hasn’t been heard from since Feb. 3. To many that know Gilmore, it was no surprise to see the number of people that came to her house along Lorraine Court in the Wilson Green subdivision. Gilmore is four months pregnant, and police say they have few clues in her disappearance. She was reported missing after not showing up for work at the Department of Health on Feb. 3 and Monday. She was estranged from her husband and lived alone. Her family is from West Palm Beach.

February 18th, 2006 at 02:24pm Posted by | Ali Gilmore, Missing, Missing Adult | no comments