UPDATE: Jennifer Richardson has been located at an Atlanta area hospital and is safe.
On July 24, she was spotted sitting her car by a DeKalb County officer and reportedly seemed disoriented. She was taken to Atlanta Medical Center for treatment and her car was towed.
A Rockdale County Sheriff's Office investigator discovered her car had been towed and was able to track her down to the hospital, said RCSO spokesperson Investigator Michael Camp.
"We're glad she was found safe and is getting help," said Camp.
(July 30, 3:20 p.m.) Deputies and family members are on the lookout for a 40-year old woman who was moving from Loganville to Conyers who has been missing for about a week.
On Wednesday, July 24, Jennifer Carman Richardson left a friend's house on Green Street in Conyers. Since that time, no one has seen or talked with her.
Richardson drives a yellow 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt with Georgia license plate PFT4095.
Richardson is described as a 40 year old white female, 5'6" and 200 pounds, with short brown hair, brown eyes, and several tattoos. She was last seen wearing a dark tank top, light blue jeans, sandals, and a dark baseball hat.
Richardson reportedly has a history of mental health issues and friends and family members are concerned. She was reported missing by her boyfriend yesterday. A Rockdale County Sheriff's Office spokesperson said at this early point in the investigation foul play is not suspected.
Anyone that has contact with Jennifer Richardson is asked to contact the Rockdale County Sheriff's Office at 770-278-8000 or speak directly with Investigator Dan Lang at 770-278-8168.