Monday, June 2, 2014
The Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office is continuing an investigation into the disappearance of Nicole Goodlett who was reported missing by family members on March 12. In a release Monday, authorities confirmed that Goodlett “may have been a victim of foul play in or near Berkeley County.”
During the course of the investigation the Sheriff’s Office has sent out two press releases to the media along with a statement from the Goodlett family asking the public for information.
The family has put up a reward of $2,000 for any and all information that may provide any leads in this case.
CrimeStoppers is willing to add to the reward amount. Tipsters can remain anonymous when they call 1.888.CRIME.SC or text TIPSC plus their message to CRIMES (274637).
Nicole Goodlett was last seen on Feb. 20 at 160 Loblolly Drive in Spartanburg County. She is a black female that stands 5’10” tall and weighs 130 pounds. She goes by the nicknames of Alazay or Zay. She has the following tattoos; a rose bush on the outside of her lower right leg with the names James, Bozena, Daniel, Nicole and Jessica.
The word Capricorn on her right wrist, three Chinese symbols are below her navel and a digital QR code tattoo on her left ankle. Ms. Goodlett is the mother of 9-month-old twins and a 5-year-old son.
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