Tip leads investigators to company in Georgetown during search for missing mother of 3
Crews are still looking for a Scott County mother who has been missing for almost a week.
Sheena Baxter disappeared on Friday. She was at her sister's house on Sundown Dr. in Georgetown at the time.
"She said she was going to her boyfriend's house, Friday, but she was going to run to the jeep and put her bag in it and come back in," said Sheena's sister Christa Crumley.
But Sheena never returned.
Crumley says the bag was still in the jeep, but her sister was nowhere to be found.
According to the sheriff's office, a volunteer group, that handles bloodhound tracking dogs, searched Wednesday night in the area where Sheena was last seen.
We're told the group is independent of the investigation by the sheriff's office.
The sheriff's office tells us they're following up on strong leads in the case. Sgt. Eddie Hart said information led investigators to Phoenix Transportation in Georgetown Thursday night. However, he could not comment on what, if anything was found during that investigation.
In the meantime, Crumley says she's grateful for the volunteers who've been looking.
"I don't want to blame anybody for it if they're not to blame," Crumley said. "Right now. I'm just trying to hope somebody saw something and come forward as soon as possible because tomorrow will be a week."
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Scott County Sheriff’s Office at 502-863-7855 or TEXT-A-TIP anonymously to 859-509-0510.