She explained that an individual accompanying her instructed her to enter the Exxon and retrieve items while leaving her stranded.
“I just got all my stuff thrown out the car,” Carmichael mentioned during the call. “He took off with my phone. I have no clue where I’m at.”
A police officer responded to the Exxon around 4:20 a.m., but the clerk informed them that Carmichael “had gotten a ride from another customer.”
Described as having two distinctive face tattoos — a heart and a butterfly near her eye — Carmichael was last seen with long black and blond braids, wearing a white Tweety Bird T-shirt, blue jeans, and yellow sneakers.
Carmichael’s mother, Sara, said her daughter was a “beautiful girl” who is caring and empathetic. Sara has actively raised awareness about Marissa’s disappearance, conducted her investigation, and tirelessly advocated for her daughter’s return.
Friends and coworkers have expressed their shock and concern over Carmichael’s disappearance.