The family of missing university lecturer seeks the public’s help in finding her.
Julia Christine Devlin, a university lecturer has been declared missing. She was seen last on Wednesday, July 14th in Charlottesville, VA. She had reportedly gone missing after a visit to the Shenandoah National Park, she was said to have just disappeared without trace.
An extensive search has been carried out since then. The Virginia Department of Emergency Management assisted the park’s search and rescue team in the search for the 55 year-old.
Her vehicle, a white Lexus Sedan was later found on Skyline Drive in Shenandoah National Park on Saturday, July 17th.
Devlin is described as a White female who is approximately 5’7″ feet tall and weighs about 150 pounds. She has dark blonde hair.
Security footage showed her white Lexus sedan entering the park late on that day. The search is still ongoing.
The family of Devlin along with the police has asked the help of the public in finding her.
Anyone who has seen or heard from her since reported missing or has information on her whereabouts should call The Albemale County Sheriff’s Office on 434-972-4001.