Alabama Woman Vanishes From Florida Hotel
PAMELA HAS A MEDICAL CONDITION
Police have very few clues in the search for 52-year-old Pamela Biggers who went missing while on a business trip in Panama City, Fla. on January 28, 2008. The Bay County Sheriff's Office says Pam was last seen at 7 p.m. the night before at the La Quinta Inn, but the next morning, she was gone. Now a foundation is offering a reward to help find Pamela.
Search For Missing Alabama Woman Pamela Biggers Turns Up Nothing
Police in Panama City, Fla. say they have very little to work with in the case of a missing woman last seen going into her hotel room January 27, 2008. Police say 52-year-old Pamela Pendley Biggers checked into the La Quinta Inn for a business trip and was seen going into her room at 7:00 p.m. She went on the trip with a female friend from Hueytown, Ala., where they are from.
The next morning, January 28, Biggers was nowhere to be found. Police say it looked like her bed had not been slept in, and all of her belongings were in the room. That included her purse and cell phone, and her car was still parked outside.
Police searched a wooded area nearby but say they have found no signs of Biggers. Even a search of surveillance cameras in nearby businesses turned up nothing.
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Pam Biggers' family says she has a medical condition that can cause her to get disoriented, and it's possible she tried to get somewhere more familiar to her. She also recently found out her son, Jake, was being deployed overseas with the Marines, and she was upset about it. Jake is set to be deployed mid-March, and he may have to leave without knowing that his mother his home safe and sound.
Her family is worried sick about her, afraid that Pam may have come in contact with someone wanting to harm her. Help them find Pamela Biggers.
Biggers was last seen wearing a white sweater with black pinstriped pants.
The Carole Sund/Carrington Foundation is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the safe return of Pamela. If a homicide has occurred, the reward will automatically revert to the arrest and conviction of the person/persons responsible for the crime.
Age at Disappearance 52
Age Now 53
Weight 135 lbs.
Hair (Color, Description, Facial Hair) Gray / White
Eyes (Color and Correction) Green
Traits and Habits.
$20,000 Reward has been added 1/27/09
Pamela Biggers suffered from a mental condition with symptoms of depression.
Family believes Pamela Biggers became disoriented and left the hotel.
What happened after that remains a mystery?
"Passed that point anything could of happened someone could have picked her up and given her a ride," family said".
Both Don Biggers and investigators say they still receive calls and tips, but they all seem to lead to dead ends.
Family Hopes Pamela Biggers will regain her memory, Pamela Biggers husband is counting on it.
"We believe we will find her we just don't know when."