MOUNT DORA, Fla.—In its quest to find a missing mom, Mount Dora Police Department conducted a search at the home Tuesday where she was last seen.
It has been nearly a month since anyone has seen or heard from Nicole Baldwin, a mom of three, who was last seen Nov. 2 after celebrating her oldest daughter, Alisha’s’ birthday. MDPD has stayed tight-lipped since Baldwin was reported missing and Tuesday’s search is “part of their investigation,” City of Mount Dora Spokesperson Misty Sommer told Inside Lake.
Mount Dora Police Department began investigating Baldwin’s disappearance Nov. 4 when she was reported missing, and Tuesday morning MDPD was at her home, along with multiple crime scene investigators from the Lake County Sheriff’s Office.
Baldwin’s personal belongings were left at the home, including her phone, Apple watch, purse, debit card and all her shoes and she did not have her car, Baldwin’s daughter, Alisha told Inside Lake earlier this month. Alisha stood across the street from her home Tuesday, as investigators searched and she told Inside Lake earlier this month, loved ones have not heard from Baldwin and there has been no activity on her social media accounts.
Baldwin, 41, is considered “missing endangered” and is described as a white female, 5 feet, 5 inches tall, 135 pounds, with brown and (dyed) blonde hair, and hazel eyes. If you have information on Baldwin’s disappearance, call MDPD at 352-735-7130.
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