Family of missing Lexington woman seeks answers 19 years later

By: Andy Cunningham Email
By: Andy Cunningham Email

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - Almost two decades after her daughter vanished from a Lexington neighborhood, Sharon Sons' mother is hoping to spark some new leads into her daughter's mysterious disappearance.

"It still feels like yesterday and it hasn't gotten any easier," said Sarah Sons, Sharon's mother.

Her daughter, Sharon, was 28 when she disappeared from Lexington's Cane Run Road area, in October 1993.

"We just can't give up, we need to bring our baby back home. We need closure," Sarah said.

Little is known about Sharon's disappearance. That's why the Sons have hired a private detective in an effort to spark some new leads.

"We are willing to do whatever it takes to find out what happened to our, Sharon, whatever it takes," she said.

In addition to hiring a private detective, the family is holding a vigil in memory of Sharon on Saturday night at Scott County Park in Georgetown. The vigil begins at 7p.m.

"It will be time for friends, family even strangers to come together and offer their love and support," Sarah continued.

If you know anything about the disappearance of Sharon Rose Sons you are asked to call Lexington Police or 1-877-818-3341. Your tips can be made anonymously.

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