CARTERSVILLE, Ga., April 12 (UPI) -- Investigators have found the SUV driven by a Georgia woman who left home on a brief errand and never returned, police said Tuesday.
Wazinah Suleiman, 30, was reported missing Friday night, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported. Her husband, Abed Suleiman, said he returned home to Bartow County from an aborted hunting trip about 10 minutes after his wife left the house, and their five children told him she had gone to Walmart in Cartersville to rent a movie.
WSB-TV, Atlanta, said sheriff's deputies in Cherokee County discovered Wazinah Suleiman's Nissan Armada in an empty parking lot near Interstate 75. Someone had reported the vehicle as abandoned.
Investigators said there were no obvious signs of violence or clues about what happened to Wazinah Suleiman.
Abed Suleiman said he and a friend left about 5 p.m. on a weekend hunting trip. After they stopped in Dalton about 50 miles north of Cartersville and had dinner, they realized they had gotten the weekend wrong and headed home, he told police.
He said he was surprised to see his wife's vehicle gone because she rarely goes out after dark. When she did not return quickly from a trip that should have taken about 20 minutes, he called police.