TIBBIE, Ala. (WKRG) — One month ago, Terri Sullivan got into her car around 4:30 in the morning to head to her job at Springhill Medical Center. She never got there and hasn’t been seen since.
Investigators, in this case, say there are thousands of pieces of evidence. They have executed dozens of search warrants. But all that doesn’t matter to Terri Sullivan’s children. They just want their mom back.
She is a mom, a friend, a nurse and she’s been missing for a month.
“The last time I called her phone to get a hold of her a deputy answered.” Shawnee and Christian Taylor are Terri Sullivan’s kids. “I really hope they will return her to us because we need her back,” Shawnee says through tears.
“I want to tell her I love her again,” adds Christian. “I want to hear her say it back.”
It was early Sunday morning, January 20th, Sullivan left from Mom’s house in Tibbie on her way to work. Investigators found signs of a struggle about half a mile from Howardstown Road. They also found a bracelet and Sullivan’s cell phone but no other sign of her or the Chevy Impala rental car she was driving. Tim Landrum is leading the investigation. “There are some people that we are talking to that have some information. We feel like they haven’t told us everything they know yet. I’d say they are persons of interest.”
As investigators wait for the results of DNA evidence, the children have their own questions. The biggest one is why? “She’s too good of a person to have this happen to her. She never did any wrong by anybody,” says Shawnee.