Carol Nee ** Cicero, New York * December 8, 2013

Carol Nee  **  Cicero, New York  *  December 8, 2013

Carol A. Nee
Missing since December 8, 2013 from Cicero, NY

Age- 50
White Female
5'5"
140 lbs.
Hair - Black
Eyes - Green

She is considered "endangered," as she suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder and acute paranoia

Carol went missing from a relative's house on Flat Car Circle in Cicero

Anyone with information please Contact
Onondaga County Sheriff's Department
(315) 425-2111.

http://www.syracuse.com/news/index.ssf/2013/12/onondaga_county_sheriffs_office_searching_for_endangered_cicero_woman.html

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Comment by Brenda on January 27, 2014 at 10:45pm

http://www.syracuse.com/news/index.ssf/2014/01/have_you_seen_this_w...

Have you seen this person? More questions than answers in search for woman who left Cicero home
Print Jeff Stein | jstein@syracuse.com By Jeff Stein | jstein@syracuse.com

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on January 26, 2014 at 8:10 AM, updated January 26, 2014 at 10:34 AM

Cicero, N.Y. -- Carol A. Nee walked out of her relatives' Cicero home on a bitterly cold, snowy December night.

More than 45 days later, Nee remains the center of an exhaustive -- but still fruitless -- search effort from the Onondaga County sheriff's office, said Detective Jon Seeber.
Hundreds of man hours have gone into the case. Detectives have tracked Nee's phone records and finances for signs she's alive. They've thoroughly searched the two-mile radius around the Flat Car Circle house that Nee, 50, left around 10 p.m. on Dec. 8.

The sheriff's K-9 unit, Air-1 helicopter, Wilderness Search and Rescue team have all assisted the effort.

"We've been constantly working this investigation," said Seeber, the lead detective on the case. "I just want to get some type of closure for the family on whether she's alive or she isn't."

So far, no luck. There's been little trace of Nee -- who suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder and acute paranoia -- since the search began.

"These things do happen, but in most cases when people go missing there's something we'll be able to detect to learn where they may be," Seeber said. "We have had very limited information develop that would direct us to her whereabouts."

Nee's family declined to be interviewed but said they are doing everything they can to find her.

Nee, from West Bridgewater, Mass., is a 5-foot-5, 140-pound white woman with black hair and green eyes. She was last known to be wearing a blue hoodie and blue jeans.

Shortly after she was reported missing, more than 20 deputies worked around-the-clock to find her, Seeber said.

As the search dragged on fruitlessly, detectives considered Nee's medical history and the below-freezing temperatures the night she left in deciding she should be considered highly at risk.

There's no indication foul play led to Nee's disappearance, Seeber said. She appears to have walked out on her own.

There's also no sign that Nee was "communicating with anyone, planning additional travel or seeking information on a specific location of interest" when she left, Seeber said in an email.

Detectives are asking residents of Cicero and Clay to check vacant buildings, garages and sheds. They continue to look wherever they think she may be, including the area around the Central New York home of another relative.

They've passed out fliers and interviewed friends, family, co-workers and acquaintances.

Nee was at her sibling's house when she vanished. She has two daughters who are around 20-years-old. Her husband and other relatives have come from Massachusetts to help the search effort.

They deserve closure, Seeber said.

"They'll always have that thought in their mind of, 'Is she OK? Where is she?,'" Seeber said. "It's somebody's wife, sister, mother. And the kids are worried."

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Search for missing woman with acute paranoia, PTSD to resume Tuesday

Print Catie O'Toole | cotoole@syracuse.com By Catie O'Toole | cotoole@syracuse.com
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on December 09, 2013 at 9:56 PM

Cicero, NY -- The search for a woman who went missing Sunday in Cicero will resume Tuesday, Onondaga County sheriff's Detective Jon Seeber said.

Carol A. Nee, 50, of West Bridgewater, Mass., was visiting relatives on Flat Car Circle in Cicero when she went missing sometime Sunday night, detectives said.

Onondaga County sheriff's deputies, an Air One helicopter, a K-9 unit and members of the county's Wilderness Search and Rescue team have been searching for Nee around the area of Flat Car Circle, but have not yet found her, Seeber said.

Nee suffers from acute paranoia and post traumatic stress disorder, according to a sheriff's news release. She is described as a 5-foot- 5-inch, 140-pound white woman with black hair and green eyes.

Anyone with information about Nee's whereabouts can call the sheriff's office at (315) 425-2111.

http://www.syracuse.com/news/index.ssf/2013/12/search_for_missing_w...

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