Vigil held for missing Elmore County woman, her son
ELMORE COUNTY, AL (WSFA) - Flyers with the words "still missing" have been posted around Elmore County by family members and friends of a missing Wetumpka woman and her son.
Susan Osborne, 43, and her 14-year-old son Evan Chartrand have been missing for a little over a year.
Osborne and her son were reported missing last July, but the Elmore County Sheriff's Office believes the mother and son had been missing for months before the report was filed and that they do not believe this is a missing persons case.
On Saturday, family and friends held a vigil for the two hoping to shed some light on the case.
"I'm sure we're not going to find them because of the evidence I have seen. We just need closure, we just need to get the person who took their lives," said Osborne's mother and Chartrand's grandmother Linda Anklan.
"It's just not fair to her, it's just not fair to other than that we cannot get justice for them and give them a proper burial," Osborne's best friend, Holly Morris, said.
If you have any information on the case, call 215-STOP. Your tip may lead to a cash reward.
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