MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) --
Update Thursday, March 14.
Mobile Police tell News 5 missing 47-year-old Belinda Ann Pledger has been found. Pledger's sister Erica Henry tells News 5 Pledger was found alive and is doing well.
The Mobile Police Department needs the public's help in locating 47-year-old Belinda Ann Pledger, who has been reported missing after she did not show up for work on Wednesday, March 13.
Mobile Police say Pledger was last seen on Tuesday, March 12, 2019 in the 800 block of Gaillard Drive in Mobile visiting her sister.
News 5 spoke with her sister, Erica Henry. Henry said, "She left here maybe about 7:30, and that's the last time I had seen her."
Henry said the last time she saw her sister Belinda Pledger, everything seemed fine. Henry said, "She came in to pick up some things that she had left over at my house on Sunday."
Mobile Police tell us Pledger's coworkers are worried for her safety because pledger has had incidents with her ex-boyfriend in the past. Pledger's sister tells us Pledger and the ex-boyfriend had just gotten into an argument on Sunday, and this morning he caused a scene at Belinda's job.
Henry said, "The people at her work were saying that he was saying that he hadn't seen her since last night and he was giving some story and saying that he didn't do anything to her, and that's what threw them into alarms that he was saying I didn't do anything to her."
Henry told us she just wants to know her sister is safe. She said, "Wherever she is, whoever she's with, we just want her to come home."
Police report Pledger has had prior incidents with her ex-boyfriend which caused her co-workers to become worried for her safety. Henry told us Pledger's ex-boyfriend has been interviewed by Mobile Police.
Police say Pledger drives a white 2001 Mitsubishi Mirage with AL. Tag 2CC7610
Henry says she last saw Pledger wearing dark blue scrubs, similar to the ones in the picture provided by Mobile Police.
If anyone knows where she is or has come into contact with Pledger, you are asked to call Mobile Police at (251) 208-7211.
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