Police Continue Investigation Into Missing Mansfield Woman

  • 4/19/2017 10:33:14 AM
  • Jay Jackman
  • Local News

MANSFIELD, OH - Police are continuing their investigation in the case of a missing Mansfield woman who was reported missing on March 30th.

38-year-old, Holly P. Crider, was reported by her husband after she was last seen in the area of Allison Ave. 

According to the police report, on March 30th, Crider had been missing for approximately three days after removing her items from an apartment in the 500 block of Allison Ave. in Mansfield. 

The report says that Crider is believed to have a terminal illness, and she just wanted to do a few things before she passed away. 

Crider has moved out of the apartment four times before without letting her husband know where she was going according to the report. 

Mansfield Police provided WMFD with this recent picture of Crider, taken a few days before she was reported missing. Crider is 5' 8" tall, weighing about 170 pounds, and could be traveling to the Newark Ohio area.

Police searched vacant homes in the area, but nothing was found. This is a routine check during a missing person investigation. 

If you have information about Crider's whereabouts please call the Mansfield Police Department at (419) 522-1234 or Detective Rich Miller at (419) 755-9758.

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