UPDATED: Missing Woman Reunited with Family

Tennessee Woman Never Arrived for Family Visit, Police Asking for Help

UPDATE Nov. 24: Missing Woman Reunited with Family

(OCSO, Nov. 23, 2021)

UPDATE: Phyllis Greene is now safe at her family’s home in Lyon Township.

She ended up driving to the Beaumont Medical Park in City of Dearborn last night and advised the staff there that she was lost.  The Beaumont staff contacted Dearborn PD around 11PM.  Dearborn PD made contact with the family and they drove to Beaumont and picked her up around midnight and got her home in Lyon Twp around 12:45AM.

 The family wishes to thank the employees of Beaumont Medical Park and Dearborn PD!

Lyon Township, MI – The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office is asking  for the public’s help in locating a woman who was traveling alone from her home in Tennessee  to Lyon Township and did not arrive Tuesday night as scheduled.  Phyllis Ann Greene, 73, left Vonore, Tenn. on Monday morning en-route to New Hudson in Lyon Township to meet with her family Tuesday night. She never arrived. The family filed a missing person report in Monroe County, Tenn. – about 58 miles south of Knoxville in southeastern Tennessee.

“We are asking for the public’s help in locating Ms. Greene,” Sheriff Michael Bouchard said. “I encourage anyone who may have seen her vehicle or someone matching her description to call local law enforcement.”  She was driving a white 2017 Lincoln MKC sport utility vehicle with Tennessee license plate – NPT 087. The vehicle was last spotted in Columbus, Ohio by a traffic camera about 2 a.m. today.  Greene is 4-feet 8-inches tall, weighs about 90 pounds and has long gray-red hair.  The family last had contact with Greene on Sunday evening about 10 p.m. by email.  Anyone who may have seen Greene or her vehicle should call the Sheriff’s Office at 248-858- 4950 or 911.

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