Police seek missing mom from Chester Twp.

January 29, 2011 6:39:17 PM PST
Police are asking for the public's help in finding a missing mother from Delaware County.

Ronda Garnett, 34, of the 3900 blk of Gideon Rd. Chester Twp., has been missing since the early morning hours of January 26th.

It was around 1:30 a.m. when, police say, Garnett called her mother and told her she was leaving sick from work at the Fair Acres geriatric center in Lima, Pa.

Garnett said she was on her way to pick up her three children from her mother's in Chester city. Garnett never arrived, and has not been heard from since.

Garnett is described as a black woman around 5'09" tall, approximately 250 lbs, with short to medium length black hair, and brown eyes.

Garnett has a tattoo on her upper right arm that says "classy lady" and has nose and ear piercings. She was last seen wearing pink nursing scrubs, white shoes, and black jacket with fur around the hood.

She drives a 1994 tan Oldsmobile Eighty Eight bearing Pa. registration HGL-7554 which also cannot be located at this time.

Police say Garnett's family and co-workers say this is out of character for her, saying she is always in contact with them and is either at work or spending time with her children.

Video shows Garnett's vehicle exiting the complex of FairAcres at approximately the night she vanished and then turned, travelling south on Route 352.

Anyone with any information is asked to contact the Chester Township Police Department investigating officer Merritt Harman or Jim Mullen at 610-494-0211