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Melinda Kay Davis of Shelby

SHELBY -- Shelby police and other law enforcement agencies on Friday afternoon continued to search for a missing 33-year-old woman last seen Thursday morning.

Shelby police Chief Lance Combs, in an early afternoon email Friday, said police are still searching for Melinda Kay Davis, last seen Thursday morning near Shelby High School.

"We are working diligently with our local, county, state and federal law enforcement partners to determine her whereabouts," Combs said in the email.

"We have not yet located either her vehicle, or the person we believe that she went to visit, John Henry Mack," the chief wrote.

The woman was reportedly driving her black 2013 Volkswagen Jetta with Ohio license plates JGZ8921.

Davis is described as 5-feet tall and approximately 145 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a white shirt, grey sweat pants and pink flip flops. Davis has tattoos on both arms and wrists and also on both right and left shoulders.

Anyone with information about the missing woman is asked to call the Shelby Police Department at 419-347-2242.

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