Police find car used to take missing Marietta woman - CBS46 News

Police find car used to take missing Marietta woman

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Camellia Warren Camellia Warren
MARIETTA, GA (CBS46) -

Police have found the vehicle they believe was used to pick up a missing Marietta woman.  The woman is still missing.

According to Marietta police, 43-year-old Camellia Warren walked to the Shell station at 2001 Windy Hill Road around 2:30 a.m. Saturday morning.

Police say Warren walked to the store with her daughter.

According to authorities, an unknown man "coaxed" Warren into a black, older model Crown Victoria with a chrome grill and tan interior. Police say the car left headed eastbound toward Cobb Parkway.

Police sent a picture of the man they believe Warren is with.  Authorities say his nick name is "New York" and he is frequently around Windy Hill Road and Hawthorne Road.

Authorities say if left in an unknown location, Warren would not know how to find her way home or get help.

Police say Warren is 5'2", 130 pounds, last seen wearing a pink sweater, black pants and a white or cream-colored hooded jacket.

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