Search still on for woman
ECSO: McBride was last seen by family on Nov. 23
The 74 year old who went missing on Nov. 24 is yet to be found, according to the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office.
Capt. Bill Blair said Eva McBride, 74, was reported missing two days after Thanksgiving around noon. She was last seen by a family member at approximately 6:30 p.m. on Nov. 23.
Since then, the ECSO was assisted by about 50 volunteers, Klass Kids from the Pensacola, Fla. area and the department of corrections, and Flomaton Fire and Rescue to search the immediate areas until about 10 p.m. Saturday, Blair said.
Authorities continued the search for McBride on Nov. 25 as Klass Kids brought tracking dogs. Additionally, the Monroe County Fire and Rescue, Alabama Sate Troopers, the Daphne Search and Rescue and numerous volunteers assisted.
The AST sent a helicopter to search the wooded areas including hunting trails, power lines and gas lines, Blair said.
The Daphne Search and Rescue searched three bodies of water in the area.
The ECSO has notified all area law enforcement agencies, and the State Fusion Center has provided her photo and information to all Alabama Law Enforcement Agencies, including Florida agencies.
The ECSO has three investigators working on McBride’s disappearance.
If anyone has seen a person resembling McBride or has information that may help find her, call the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office at 251-867-0304 or call your local law enforcement agency and have the information forwarded to us along with your name and number.