Missing Upstate woman to be featured on national show - FOX Carolina 21

Missing Upstate woman to be featured on national show

Posted: Updated: Feb 14, 2012 08:38 PM

The case of a Spartanburg woman who has been missing for nine months will be featured on a national show next week.

Evelyn Shelton, 42, was last seen the night of May 20, 2011, by a friend on North Dean Street, Spartanburg police said.

Shelton's family told FOX Carolina that she was recently divorced and had moved into an apartment with a roommate.

Police said Shelton's car, which had been vandalized a few weeks ago, was found abandoned on Hayne Street across from William's Grill.

Two months later, volunteers searching for Shelton found her wallet near the place in Spartanburg where the last signal from her cell phone was recorded.

On Tuesday, TV One, a cable network available to more than 56 million homes, said Shelton's case will be featured on a series called "Find Our Missing."

The series, which focuses on the cases of missing black Americans, will air an episode on Feb. 22 that will include interviews with family members and law enforcement.

Anyone with information on Shelton's whereabouts is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 888-CRIME-SC.

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