Missing: Carol And Rosemary Davidson, Family Hoping For Good News


For nearly a week, a Northwest Arkansas mother and daughter have been missing.
Search efforts called off again, with no good news for the family of Carol Elaine Davidson and 18-month-old Rosemary.

The FBI and U.S. Marshals were out again helping on Thursday with search efforts, along with K-9 teams and a helicopter.

Police and family members said Davidson has no history of mental illness, however police said they’re not ruling out any possibilities regarding what could have happened to her and baby Rosemary.

During a press conference Thursday, the family was visibly shaken, but they aren’t giving up hope.

The faces of 18-month old Rosemary and her mother Carol Davidson were last seen five days ago.

“Rosemary and Carol are incredibly loved and we miss them,” Carol’s sister Terri Russo said.

Carol’s sister Terri Russo said her sister wouldn’t just up and leave without telling someone.

“We talk to Carol on a daily basis, and we see Rosemary every single day,” Russo said.

The family now asking anyone who may have seen the pair or who have cameras near Highway 412 and Lookout Tower Road where officials believe the two went missing on Saturday to get in touch Siloam Springs Police.

“There is so little information that we have anything, anything at all, could be very important to us,” Siloam Springs Police Chief Jim Wilmeth said.

Even community members are doing everything they can to help.

“To provide support for and comfort to help the find direction, what they can do while they’re family members are missing,” Colleen Nick said.

Colleen Nick’s daughter Morgan went missing in 1995 so, she knows all too well how the Davidson’s are feeling.

“It’s a very terrifying moment when you cannot put your hands on your family members,” Nick said.

More than anything, Carol and Rosemary’s family just want this nightmare to end.

“Carol if you can see this, If you hear this please call us, but reassured we will not stop until we find you, we won’t give up on you or Rosemary,” Russo said.

The search for Carol and baby Rosemary have been called off for the night efforts will be picked back up in the morning, that pattern will continue until the pair is found.

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