Daleville Woman Missing for Five Years

After almost five years, Daleville authorities and family members of a missing person are still clinging to hope.

David Barfield says he still has hope in finding his sister, 48-year-old Marcia Scobie, after missing for almost five years.

Scobie is a Daleville resident and mother of three and she went missing in March of 2003 after getting on a Greyhound bus.

James Greham with the Daleville Police Department says this is the longest missing person case the department has dealt with but he won't give up just yet.

Family members say Scobie was taking muscle relaxers and has Fibromyalgia, a disorder classified by the presence of chronic and widespread pain. Symptoms can include depressiveness and abnormal sleep patterns.

Family members say they will not give up on the search.

If you have any information on the whereabouts of Scobie you are asked to call the Daleville Police Department at 334-598-4442.

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  • by Dawn Location: Pembroke, NC on Jun 1, 2009 at 10:16 AM
    Marcia was a very dear friend of mine when we both lived in Acworth, GA. My thoughts and prayers are with her and her sons.
  • by Cynthia Location: Atlanta, GA on Feb 24, 2008 at 06:15 PM
    My heart goes out to Ms. Scobie's family. However, I must point out that "depressiveness" isn't even a word. Depression is a risk for anyone living with chronic illness, but it is NOT a *symptom* of the neurological disorder known as fibromyalgia syndrome. Widespread pain, fatigue, and sleep disorders are symptoms. Unfortunately, suicide is a real risk for FMS patients, because there is no cure and many doctors refuse to take the disorder seriously.
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