A press conference was held last week by the Trenton Police Department and the family of Marie Creech who was last seen leaving in her van on June 4.
Trenton Police Investigator Tim Mitchell said, “We have had a lot of people call in tips, we’ve had people searching the roads, we’ve had tons of tips called in like I said but nothing has been substantiated as far as finding Ms. Creech.”
Mitchell also said they have surveillance video of what they believe is her van. It is coming from the direction of her house and driving through Trenton the day she disappeared. Another camera at a gas station also got her van driving by around the same time.
The family also spoke to the media and said they just wanted her to come home. Her husband, Terry Creech said his wife has battled depression and was changing medications.
“We had plans to have lunch together that day,” Creech said.
Her daughter, Sabrina McMath said the situation is very hard and she is missed and asked her mother to please come home.
Mr. Creech said they are trying to get the message out as much as possible and hopes someone can provide information that will lead to her return.
Investigator Mitchell said, “If anyone has any information on Marie Creech, or anything at all about her disappearance, please call the Trenton Police, Dade County Sheriff’s Department, or 911.”
Ms. Creech was last seen driving a gold Town and Country mini-van with Dade County tag number PGU3792.