Search for a missing Candler County woman continues

Written by  Tuesday, 11 March 2014 09:14

 Anya JohnsonAnya Johnson Even so, they still don’t think there is any foul play in her disappearance.  She has a history of disappearing.


  Thirty-eight year old Anya Johnson was reported missing January 11 and hasn’t been heard from since then.  She was last seen leaving her home driving a white 1995 Nissan Maxima. 


  Candler County Sheriff’s Investigator Melvin Ivey said she had been reported missingtwice in the past and was later found to be safe each time.  Ivey said they don’t suspect any suspicious activity this time. 


  Ivey described her as a black female, 5’ 2” tall and about 100 pounds.  If anyone has any information as to the location of Anya Johnson, call the Candler County Sheriff’s Department at 912-685-2568 or the Metter Police Department at 912-685-5437.






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