Investigators are looking into the possible link between the disappearance of two mothers from southwest Indiana.
Their disappearances were five weeks, and less than 20 miles apart.
The two women are 30-year-old Joelle Ann Lockwood of Evansville and 27-year-old Kristy Kelley of Booneville.
Both women have two children.
Lockwood was last seen walking in an Evansville neighborhood on July 9.
Kelley was last seen hanging out at a VFW with friends at 1:30 a.m. on Friday. What happened after she left the VFW is a mystery.
Somewhere between the lounge and her parent’s house, where she lives with her two children, Kelley and her 2003 Nissan Xterra vanished.
Video footage, obtained by police from a local ice cream parlor and a church, captured Kelley’s car headed in the direction of her home less than two miles away. But her father said the video is blurry, and it’s unclear whether she was driving the car.
Kristy Kelley is described as a 135-pound, 5-foot-5-inch white woman with long brown hair and blue eyes.
Joelle Ann Lockwood is a 125-pound, 5-foot-3-inch white woman with brown eyes, brown hair and two tattoos, a Playboy bunny on her right shoulder and a design on the back of her neck.
The Warrick County Sherriff’s Department is looking for any information related to Kelley. They can be contacted at (812) 897-6180. The Evansville Police Department is taking calls at (812) 436-7979 for any information regarding the disappearance of Lockwood.