PDT Staff Writer
A car, belonging to Megan N. Lancaster, 25, of Wheelersburg who has been missing since April 3 of this year, is being returned from Cincinnati to Lancaster’s mother.
Shortly after Lancaster disappeared, her car was found at a business in Portsmouth. That car was taken to the FBI office in Cincinnati to be processed for evidence.
“I’m returning the car to her (Lancaster’s mother) this morning,” Portsmouth Police Detective Sgt. Ron Davis said. “They’re driving it all the way from Cincinnati. I already called her and told her we were bringing it, and to be ready to show us where she wants it put back.”
Lancaster was last seen in the Wheelersburg area on April 3.
Davis said there have been hundreds of leads and his office has followed up on all of them, and they continue to do so on a daily basis. Davis said the FBI and the Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation (BCI&I) have been involved in the investigation from the beginning.
“It’s still an ongoing investigation,” Davis said. “It’s a sad situation. But everything is being looked at, that’s for sure.”
Megan Lancaster is a white female, is 5-feet-6 inches tall and weighs about 115 pounds. She has blond hair and brown eyes.
Davis said any who has contact with Lancaster or knows her whereabouts, should contact the Portsmouth Police Department Detective Bureau at 740-354-1600. Davis can be reached at 740-353-7580.
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