Sheriff asks community’s help to find missing Telford woman Lisa Cloyd

WASHINGTON COUNTY, TN (WJHL) –  Sheriff Ed Graybeal is asking the Tri-Cities community for help in finding a missing Telford woman.

Lisa M. Cloyd, age 54, has been missing since late July of this year.

Investigators said they have followed up on every lead known to them.

The Washington County, TN sheriff is asking people to contact authorities if they spot anything suspicious through wooded and other isolated areas.

“Well we got to thinking last week and talking to the family since hunting season has started there will be a lot of people in the woods, a lot of people doing different things, there will be a lot of people hiking during fall weather, to just work with us, keep your eyes open, if you see something, say something for us,” Graybeal said.

Sheriff Graybeal also told us Monday that based on information from Lisa’s family, he believes her husband Curtis Cloyd, who killed himself after being wanted for questioning after her disappearance, may have accidentally killed her following an argument. But since he’s now dead, the case is at a standstill.

“It’s a recovery status right now, you know, and that’s what we want to do for the family to see if we can recover her remains,” Graybeal said.

Property owners are also being asked to check any property that has road access and even fence lines and quarries.

Anyone who finds anything unusual should call the WCSO at 423-778-1414 or your local law enforcement agency.


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