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December 17, 2002

Valdosta - South Georgia investigators now suspect foul play in the case of a woman and her child missing since October.

Twenty-seven year old Paula Wade and her 3-year-old son Brandon were last since leaving their apartment in Valdosta October 13.

She never showed up for work at Sam's Club that week and never returned to pick up her paycheck. Wade was scheduled to move to Orlando with her father the next week, but no family or friends have heard from her. Investigators so they have no leads or suspects.

"It's been two months now and we've just about exhausted everything we could do," said Sgt. Steve Owens. "We've done some searching of a wooded area out there in front of her apartment and talked to a lot of people, but nothing's turned up."

If you have seen or have any information on Paula or Brandon Wade, please contact Valdosta detectives at 229-293-3091.

posted at 3:00 by ashley.harper@walb.com