Police investigate disappearance of 55-year-old Miramar woman

Stephanie Clemons last seen May 20 outside home in east Miramar

MIRAMAR, Fla. – Miramar police are investigating the disappearance of a woman who authorities said has had no contact with her family or friends for more than a week.

According to authorities, Stephanie Ray Clemons, 55, was last seen May 20 outside her home in east Miramar on Venetian Street.

Police said Clemons was reported missing after she failed to show up to work the next day.

According to Clemons' sister, Clemons is a nurse at Jackson Memorial Hospital and takes the Interstate 95 Express Bus to work, which could explain why her car was still parked outside her home.

Clemons' sister said she never made it to work on Monday or the rest of the week.

Relatives said they went into her apartment and found nothing out of place. However, they said her purse was still inside, but her cellphone and hospital ID badge were missing. Relatives believe Clemons left for work on May 21, but something happened to her before she made it there. 

Police said it's unclear whether Clemons suffers from any specific illness, and her family said she was not on any medication. 

Anyone with information about Clemons' whereabouts is asked to call Detective S. Jepkema at 954-602-4127 or email the detective at sjepkema@miramarpd.org. Tipsters may also call Crime Stoppers at 954-493-8477.


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