Monique Smith, missing Fredrick woman

By | November 26, 2021

Monique Smith missing – Has the 38 year-old woman missing from Fredrick in early November been found?

FREDRICK, Maryland – Edwina Monique Smith, a 38-year-old from Frederick is missing and a missing person’s report has been filed by her family with the Frederick Police Department. She was reportedly seen last the morning of Tuesday, November 9th 2021 and has not been seen or heard from since then. Frederick is a city in western Maryland. It’s home to the National Museum of Civil War Medicine, with immersive exhibits on battlefield medical care.

The family of the 25-year-old reported her missing when she failed to come back home as expected and all attempts to reach her have been unsuccessful. The report gathered says that her phone is unreachable and there have been no activities on her social media since she went missing.

There are growing concerns for her safety and the Thunder Bay Police are doing all they can to find her and are now appealing to the public to help in the search for Alanis who might be in danger.

Edwina Monique Smith description:

Age – 38
Sex – Female
Height – 5’8″ feet
Weight – 200 pounds
Complexion – Medium
Hair – Brown
Eyes – Brown

The last known clothing description given for Monique was not given. The police are urging everyone to help in the search for the 38-year-old. You can also help by sharing this post from our Facebook and Twitter to create awareness that she is missing.

If you have information that can help bring home Edwina Monique Smith to her worried family should please contact the FPD non-emergency line at 301-600-2102.