No Evidence Found In Burns Street Backyard

  • 3/15/2019 12:48:35 PM
  • Tyler Warner
  • Local News

MANSFIELD - Mansfield Police were seen following up on a tip Friday morning in a backyard in the area of Burns Street and Floral Court.

The tip, according to Captain Shari Robertson, was related to the disappearance of Holly Crider, a Mansfield Woman who went missing from that same neighborhood in March of 2017. 

Robertson told WMFD a tip came in that there may be remains in the wooded area subject to search but they were being held up by a warrant at around noon Friday. 

Cadaver dogs were used in an early portion of the search and detectives were seen employing the use of a drone. 

Robertson told WMFD the department will always follow these leads and do their due diligence. No evidence of remains was found in the search.

*Details below were pulled from a story WMFD Published on April 3rd, 2017*

Holly P. Crider was last seen in the 500 Block of Allison Ave. in Mansfield. It was thought that she may be traveling to the Newark, Ohio Area.

Holly would be 40 years old today, 5’8” tall and 170 pounds. Holly is on oxygen and takes medication daily for ongoing health issues.

Anyone with information concerning the current whereabouts of Holly P. Crider is urged to call the Mansfield Division of Police (419) 522-1234.

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