The family of a Spartanburg County woman have reported her missing and are concerned for her because she does not have her prescriptions or car, according to deputies.
Spartanburg County deputies said the parents of Nicole Goodlett, 28, filed the missing person's report on March 12.
Goodlett, who is known by friends as Alazay or Zay, was is missing from the family's Loblolly Drive home. Deputies said Goodlett suffers from depression and they do not think she has her medication, so her parents are concerned she may harm herself.
Goodlett is described as 5'10" tall, weighs 130 pounds and styles her hair both curly and straight.
Deputies said because she does not have her car, they do not know what type, if any, car she could be in. They also said they do not know what she was wearing when she disappeared.
The family of Goodlet released the following statement on Wednesday:
Our daughter Nicole has been missing for over a week, and this nightmare we would not wish on any parent. We are working with the Spartanburg County Sheriff's Office looking for answers. So far we have very few and we are desperate to find her. We are thankful for the local media coverage announcing the missing persons report last week and the outpour of support of our family and friends. But we are just getting started and we are still in need of your help.
No person of interest has been identified and no one has reported seeing our daughter. We are asking everyone in the region to help with the search. We want the community to know who she is, know her story so you can help get her home safely to her children.
So we ask you, neighbors and the Greenville and Spartanburg community at large, if you have seen or heard anything relating to her whereabouts, please let the police know. We believe it will take the support of the community to find answers. We ask that you keep our family in your prayers.
Anyone with information on Goodlett's whereabouts is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-888-CRIME-SC.
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