Search for missing New Orleans teacher suspended
New Orleans, La — In New Orleans, the search for missing teacher Terrilynn Monette has been suspended.
Equusearch and the NOPD decided to suspend the search after areas covered by the Texas group yielded no results.
The case is still an active investigation, but police have no suspects or persons of interest in the case.
"Day 14 and still there are no leads or no signs that could point us in the direction where Terrilyn could be," a representative for the New Orleans Police Department, posted. "However, that is not a sign to lose hope or for you to stop believing that we will find Terrilynn. There are way too many people looking for her and invested in this and we hope and pray that we find her! The most baffling thing of all of this is that we cannot find her car! So, for those of you that are in the New Orleans or surrounding states please be vigilant and keep your eyes and ears open ! Looks like Terrilynns car it is a two door Honda Accord black no tint Windows: license plate the WUV 494-Lezette."
Monette went missing March 2 after police say she left Parlay's Bar where she met an old college friend.
Crime Stoppers is offering $3,500 to anyone with information that leads to Monette.