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Maui Police Seek Help in Locating Missing Makawao Woman

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   February 11th, 2014 · 9 Disqus Comments ·
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Carly J. Scott (2013). Photo courtesy Maui Police.

Carly J. Scott (2013). Photo courtesy Maui Police.

By Wendy Osher

Maui police have issued a missing person crime bulletin seeking information on Carly Joann Scott, a 27-year-old Makawao woman who was last seen at around 8 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 9, 2014, at her sister’s home in Haʻikū.

Police say Scott was reported missing at around 10:45 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 10, 2014, by her mother, Kimberly Scott, who said Carly is five months pregnant.  She tells police that Carly would not just up and leave without telling anyone.

Authorities say the concerned mother did not hear from Carly on Monday, and checked at her Makawao home, but could not locate the woman.

Photo of vehicle similar to Scott’s,  courtesy Maui Police.

Photo of vehicle similar to Scott’s, courtesy Maui Police.

Carly Joann Scott is described as 27 years old with red shoulder length hair, green eyes, weighing 160 pounds, and standing 5-feet-10-inches tall.

She was last seen in a sliver colored 1997 Toyota 4Runner with the Hawaiʻi plates MDE889, and a silver skull in the front grill.

At this time, there are no known medical issues, police said.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Carly J. Scott is located contact Detective Wendell Loo at (808) 270-6516 during business hours or (808) 268-2763 after hours.

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  • Maui_Mike

    Oh no, not again!….this is happening way too often.

  • Brian Mcc

    Dam, Not again. Hope she is found safe. Prayers and best wishes.

  • john jones

    I see that silver 4runner almost every morning in poli poli. She takes her dogs up there for exercise. i hope she is ok.

    • Guest

      I hope MPD knows sees this. Might be an area to search, Yes ?

  • Karen Lopes Tanaka

    How is the people go “missing” here!?!?! This is Maui .. things like this don’t happen here! Praying that she contacts her family and is safe and sound!

  • stand alone

    This is getting frustrating and scary. Is there something that we don’t know? Why is it that women is going missing? Is there someone out there doing this and making it look like an accident for that lady found out in kohaukuloa and that girl that went missing the one they her belonging was found in a dumpster and now this girl? Or is this is just a coincidences? I really hope she’s fine. And return home safely.

  • Wellington Mot

    Apparently she headed out to Hana that night after getting a call from her estranged BF to come pick him up b/c his car had stalled out there. Her cell phone is still on and registering in the half-way to Hana area according to HNN. They had the girl’s mother on tonight’s newscast and she kept repeating the BF was the last person to see her daughter, etc.

    • Worried

      FBI needs to get involved. If this is the third woman (lady from Wailea, mom from Wailuku and now expecting mother from Makawao) then we really need to be vigilant. Should Maui women be scared? This is a safe place that we all love and this crime shouldn’t be taking place. Maybe FBI and Maui Police can make a better team to get this figured out.

      • Wellington Mot

        Wake Up!, worried. The women from Wailea was found in her car off a cliff on the road to Kahakuloa Bay, Monsalve obviously met with foul play from the PRIME SUSPECT everyone knows about; and all indication’s for Ms. Scott are that she had an accident somewhere and left the road on the way to Hana at night with rainy weather.


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