Search continues for missing Sun City woman | News
SUN CITY, SC (WTOC) - Beaufort County sheriff's deputies are still searching for the whereabouts of Caroline Gibson, 40, who was last seen by her mother and stepfather at their Sun City home on April 26.
Gibson's mother said her daughter, who turns 41 years old on May 3, has been suffering from bipolar disorder for 16 years. According to Gibson's mother, her daughter was planning on going for a jog and bike ride on the Sun City community nature trail and then bringing a medical note to the Belk department store in Beaufort, where she worked, on the day she disappeared. However, Gibson reportedly never made it to the store.
Norm Fowler, Gibson's stepfather, said they are actively trying to find the missing woman. He added, "It's been very emotional for my wife because it's her daughter, but it's very emotional for all of us. It's taken a toll on everybody, including family who are not even from around this area."
Fowler describes his stepdaughter as very nice and easy to get along with. He said Gibson never said anything negative or bad about anybody.
Gibson, who's 5'5" with hazel eyes and brown highlighted hair, was last seen wearing a black/gray shirt, black jogging pants and sunglasses.
Gibson car is also missing. It's a red, two-door Toyota Yaris with South Carolina license plate FKK217.
Anyone who may have seen Gibson's car or Gibson herself should call Investigator B. Chapman at 843.255.3417, the Beaufort County Dispatch Center at 843.524.2777, or Beaufort County Sheriff's Office Crimestoppers at 843.255.3800.
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