The Wood County Sheriff’s Department is again asking for information about a missing Pemberville-area woman.
Detective Jamie Webb is seeking information about Sheila Main, who was reported missing in August, 2006 and is focusing on a call to the Oregon Police Department on Aug. 17 at around 4:30 p.m. about a disabled vehicle in the northern part of the city.
Someone contacted Oregon police that day to report a disabled tan Chevy Blazer occupied by a woman near the intersection of Bayshore Road and LaFrance Street in Oregon.
“The caller said there was a female in the vehicle, the windows were up,” Detective Webb said. “We know there was at least one phone call on it. It would be great if the person who called it in would remember and we could talk with them or if someone else saw the vehicle and can recall seeing the woman.”
The passer-by told Oregon police the woman in the vehicle declined assistance.
When an Oregon patrol officer arrived, the woman was not in the vehicle but it was identified as belonging to Mrs. Main’s husband.
According to the sheriff’s department, Mrs. Main was confirmed being seen early that morning by her husband at their residence. Apparently she left home without a cell phone.
She is described as 5-3, 135 pounds with blonde hair and green eyes. She has a flower tattoo on her hand and a panther tattoo on her hip.
Detective Webb said Mrs. Main was from the north Toledo area and had been working to overcome substance abuse problems.
“When she would have a relapse she would return to that area it is believed,” he said.