Missing Lexington, Ohio Mom Holly Metzger Still Missing
Posted by KindraLore on January 8, 2008
Update 3/19/08 10:31PM
Thanks to the anonymous poster that informed me that Holly Metzger’s body has been found. Reports state she drowned. Foul play has NOT been ruled out. Click here for more details. So sad. My thoughts and prayers to Holly’s family, especially her children.
Update 1/19/08 2:26PM
Randy Shaffer, Brian Shaffer’s father put up an $8,000 reward for missing mom, Holly Metzger. Central Ohio Crime Stoppers put up an additional $2,000, making the reward $10,000. Brian Shaffer is the Ohio State University Student who disappeared from the Ugly Tuna Saloon in April 2006.
Christmas has come and gone and two children are still missing their mom. 34-year-old Holly Metzger (Also known as Holly Carruthers) went missing on December 17th from the Walmart Supercenter on O’Possum Run Road in Lexington, Ohio. She was last seen at 9:30PM and her car was discovered abandoned the next morning near Ohio 3 and Ohio 97 near Loudonville.
Holly is a single mother with two children, a 12-year-old son and an 8-year-old daughter that means the world to her. She works at Infocision Management Corporation and graduated from Mount Vernon Nazarene University with a BA in accounting.
Authorities say that Holly takes medication and could be disoriented. Her friends and family are understandably distraught but try to remain hopeful. “You would have to be in our position to know what it’s like,” said Dawn Risner, Holly’s aunt. “I sleep, but I can’t stay asleep. It’s like a horror movie.”
“Holly’s a very good mom,” Risner said. “This is killing her kids, going through Christmas without her,” she said in a December 25th interview with the Mansfield News Journal.
Police say they are not ruling out the possibility of foul play.
Holly Metzger is described as a white female, 5ft. 2in tall, 138lbs. She has brown hair and green eyes and wears glasses.
Anyone with information on Metzger’s whereabouts is asked to call the Lexington Police Department at 419-884-1032 or the nearest law enforcement agency.