A 49-year-old Arkansas woman, who is a real estate agent, has been missing for three days now after she never returned from showing a house to a potential buyer on Thursday evening. Local law enforcement agents have asked that the residents in the area help by searching their farm and large plots of land for any clues to Beverly Carter’s whereabouts, according to ABC News on Sept. 28.
On Thursday Beverly Carter went to show a home to an unknown person and her husband said she never returned. He went to the house she was scheduled to show and found his wife’s car with her purse and wallet inside, but she was nowhere around.
Carl Carter said that besides his wife’s car still being there, the house was left wide open, which led him to believe that something is very wrong. The house Beverly was to meet this potential client at is located on Old River Road in Scott, Arkansas, according to First Coast News.
Her husband called the police once finding no sign of his wife at the scene where she left her car and belongings. Beverly was last seen wearing a black sleeveless top and red shorts.
Flyers are in circulation describing the missing woman. They describe the blond hair, green eyed Beverly as about five-feet-two inches tall and weighing about 145 pounds.
Carl Carter received three text messages from his wife at about 1 a.m. on Friday, which sounded nothing like her at all. She is not a drinker, yet the text messages indicated she met some friends for drinks. Two text messages before that said her phone was low and she would call him when she got a signal. That was three days ago and nothing else has been heard from the wife and mother.
The three messages were back to back and out of Beverly’s character. A very distraught Carl Carter told the media “We just want our mom back and my wife of 35-years.”
Brenda Rhodes, principal broker with Crye-Leike in North Little Rock, said of her coworker Beverly, “she’s kind of like the sunshine in our office.” She said that the real estate agents take safety very seriously and always tell someone where they are going and who they are meeting, which is something that Beverly always did.
Law enforcement may have gotten the idea to ask locals to check any large pieces of property they own for any signs or clues of the missing real estate agent from the police in Virginia. They have asked the same of residents there to check their property for any signs of Hannah Graham, the student who has been missing about two weeks.