Missing Person's Mystery Has Ties To Baldwin County

Missing Person's Mystery Has Ties To Baldwin County

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FAIRHOPE, Alabama -

For what's seemed like an eternity, Barbara Covey has waited- and prayed for good news...hoping her daughter would call her and tell her she's okay.

But the days have turned into weeks, the weeks into months, and a year later, Lisa Wallace's disappearance is still a painful mystery.

Wallace, a 36-year old mother and Baldwin County native, moved to Eufaula in 2008. Wallace was last seen by her husband on October 27th, 2012.

Lisa's husband told police she simply packed a bag and left. Investigators in Eufaula say there's no evidence indicating Lisa was murdered, kidnapped or a was a victim of any crime.

Lisa's mother and friends aren't buying it.

Lisa's family and friends are holding a vigil for the missing mother tomorrow (Saturday) at noon at the Elk's Lodge in Fairhope.

Events include a prayer luncheon, a balloon release behind the lodge and a petal release from the pier on Mobile Bay.

 

 

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