Company adding billboards featuring Erica Parsons

  • Posted: Tuesday, September 3, 2013 2:58 p.m.

Adams Outdoor Advertising, the company who paid for digital billboards featuring missing teen Erica Lynn Parsons, is updating its locations.

Parsons, 15, has been missing for nearly two years, but was just reported missing more than a month ago. Her adoptive parents, Sandy and Casey Parsons, have maintained they let her stay with her biological grandmother, Irene Goodman, in Asheville.

The company initially paid to have the billboards erected in late August and have now added the following locations:

• Interstate-77 at Tyvola Road

• Interstate-485 east of I-77

• Interstate-77 south of exit 28

• Interstate-77 south of exit 28

Investigators have not been able to verify that Irene Goodman does exist. The Goodman family has said there was no Irene Goodman and that the biological grandmother died in 2005. Law enforcement have said Sandy and Casey Parsons have been uncooperative.

Anyone with information on whereabouts of Erica Lynn Parsons is encouraged to call the Rowan County Sheriff’s Office at 704-216-8700.

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