Detectives and officers with the Knox City Police Department are still investigating the disappearance of 37-year-old Barbara McCurdy, of Knox.
Barb McCurdy was reportedly last seen Sunday, January 14th wearing a pink Carhartt-style jacket and blue jeans. Police believe she was driving a black 2006 Chevy Cobalt with an Indiana license plate number of CK3142.
Knox Police Chief Harold Smith she’s been missing for about two weeks and, as far as they know, no family or friends have had any contact with her. He reported that during their investigation, the Knox Police Department has been coordinating with the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department as well as the Indiana State Police. ISP said they will be issuing a BOLO (Be On the Look Out) alert for McCurdy.
Chief Smith said that so far, they haven’t received any tips from the public. He encourages anyone with information to contact the Knox City Police immediately. He said if individuals would feel more comfortable sending a message rather than calling, they can send a tip through the Knox City Police Department Facebook page. Otherwise, they can be reached by phone at 772-4122 or 772-3771.