Billboards go live to help find missing mom
WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — Six billboards will go live Monday morning as the community continues its efforts to bring missing Wilmington mother, Ebonee Spears, home.
CUE Center for Missing Persons, law officials, and Spears’ family, and friends will meet at McAlister Deli on South College Road as the billboards go live. The billboards were donated by Wilmington Funeral and Cremation.
Since Spears’ disappearance nearly two months ago there have been several rewards offered for information in her case. The CUE Center for Missing Persons offered $3,000 in the beginning of February. That has reward has since expired. The Wilmington Police Department is currently offering $5,000.
Spears, 30, was last seen at her home at the Pointe at Taylor Estates on January 15. Her mother, Harriet Rivers says she was recently diagnosed with Lupus and needs her medication.
According to the CUE Center for Missing Persons teams from North Carolina, Florida, Virginia, and South Carolina have all aided in the search effort. Efforts include K9, Horse, and ATV teams.