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Vigil held for Toledo woman missing from Georgia

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Deborah Crawford was last seen August 18 in Georgia. Deborah Crawford was last seen August 18 in Georgia.
TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) -

What happened to Deborah Lee Crawford? That's what folks at the Canaan Missionary Baptist Church in south Toledo asked on Friday night.

The former Toledoan disappeared last month from an Atlanta, GA suburb. Crawford, 41, moved to Georgia 18 months ago.

Crawford's friends and family attended a prayer vigil at the church Friday. Their goal was to spread the word of her disappearance to aid in her safe return.

On August 18th, the Canton Police Department in Georgia says Crawford was dropped off and picked up at a K-Mart store by a friend named Travis.

Her sister says nobody knows who Travis might be.

"It's suspicious," said Cynthia Crawford-Collins. "So until we get answers, we're praying with the pastor to keep us in the spirit so we'll be uplifted."

Police say Crawford has two tattoos on her body: One on her chest that reads 'Brent's Playground' and another of prayer beads on her forearm.

Police add Crawford's family says she has a history of mental disorders - including depression - but has not been reported missing in the past.

"She was just a wonderful, great, outgoing person. We miss her a lot and want her home," said Crawford-Collins.

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