Police request public's help in locating missing 35-year-old Baker woman
BAKER - Detectives with the Baker Police Department are requesting the public's assistance in locating a missing 35-year-old woman who was last seen in late December of 2018.
According to Baker Police, 35-year-old Nahendra Faye Davis lives in Baker with her two children. Police say Davis was last seen on Thursday, December 27, 2018, at approximately 4:45 p.m. when she dropped her children off at her Mother's residence located in the Glen Oaks area of Baton Rouge.
Davis left the residence in her white Dodge Challenger. She was headed to an unknown destination, according to her family.
Davis' unoccupied vehicle was located later around Scenic Hwy. and 72nd Ave.
Davis' whereabouts are unknown at this time. The Baker Police Department is asking that if anyone has seen Davis or knows any information on Davis' whereabouts, please contact Detectives at Baker Police Department at 225-775-6000 ext. 1.
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