BREAKING: Body of missing Floyd County woman found
2/8/14 -- 10:10 p.m.
Floyd County Police Investigator Rusty Williams has confirmed that they have found the body of Angela Lynch Worsham inside her submerged car.
"Upon removal from the creek, Ms. Worsham was discovered inside and she is deceased. The investigation is ongoing and we have no further comment at this time," Williams said.
Floyd EMS was dispatched to the bridge on Highway 27 north near Ga. 156 at the Armuchee Creek bridge to the report of a car in the creek.
Police located the car and shorty discovered it to be the car of Worsham, who had been missing since February 1.
The investigation is still ongoing.
Previously posted: 9:20 p.m.
We expect to hear an update in the investigation within the hour of the vehicle believed to be that of a missing woman that was found submerged in Armuchee Creek near Hwy. 27 and Ga. 156.
Angela Lynch Worsham has been missing since February 1.
Previously posted: 2/8/14 -- 8:30 p.m.
Floyd County Police are still on the scene of where a vehicle matching the description of a missing woman was found submerged in Armuchee Creek this evening.
Floyd County Police Investigator Rusty Williams says they are working to pull the car out of the creek at this time.
"We have located a car that matches the description of the missing woman's car. We are in the process of removing it from Armuchee Creek. It was located by a fisherman at the bridges just north of Ga. 156 on Hwy. 27. We cannot confirm anything else at this time."
Still no sign of 33.year-old Angela Lynch Worsham, who was was last seen on February 1 at Food Lion.
Previosuly posted 2/8/14 -- 7:45 p.m.
The car belonging to a woman missing for a week has been found in Armuchee Creek near U.S. 27 and Ga. 156, according to Floyd County police.
However, there is still no sign of 33-year-old Angela Lynch Worsham, who was last seen on Februrary 1 at Food Lion.
We will have more details as they become available.