THIS is the last sighting of a missing Florida yoga instructor who vanished “into thin air” after withdrawing $20 from an ATM.
Surveillance footage captured Stephanie Hollingsworth’s last known location inside a Walmart at 5991 South Goldenrod Road in Orlando, Florida.
The blurry video – which was taken on September 25 at 2pm – shows the 50-year-old mom walking down an aisle near what appears to be the entrance of the store.
Halfway down the aisle, Hollingsworth is seen abruptly turning around to leave.
With her hair styled in an up-do, Hollingsworth was seen wearing a white face mask and black clothing.
The Orange County Sheriff’s Office shared the footage to Twitter on Monday afternoon.
Social media users have speculated that a man’s voice is heard in the background saying something like: “Time to go now” or “Hey, Steph… C’mon now.”
The tweet read: “Please share this video of missing Belle Isle woman Stephanie Hollingsworth.
“Belle Isle PD is concerned for her safety. We believe someone may have seen something.”
Prior to her Walmart appearance, Hollingsworth was traced making a $20 withdrawal on the same day from a Bank of America, according to authorities.
A mother of three sons, aged 21, 17 and 15, Hollingsworth reportedly drove a silver Chevy Tahoe to the bank.
The whereabouts of the vehicle remains unknown.
Authorities say Hollingsworth, 50-year-old yoga instructor, made the withdrawal after leaving her home in Belle Isle in Orlando.
According to the Orlando Sentinel, Belle Isle Police Chief Laura Houston, “several” tips have been received.
Houston said the agency is “extremely concerned” for the mom’s safety.
Larry Miles, a family friend of Hollingsworth, told the news outlet that she left her home without her makeup, phone, or an extra pair of clothes.
A desperate search has been underway by police and Hollingworth’s family.
Her husband Scott wrote on Facebook: “At this point, our family needs your help.
“PLEASE search your immediate area/vicinity and any surrounding areas that you may think of for any signs of Stephanie and/or the Chevy Tahoe that she was last known to be driving.”
“We are trying to think outside the box, but really have no idea where she could possibly be right now.”
Scott has asked people to look out for his wife’s car, with Florida license plate Y50XUR.
He told People magazine that the disappearance “isn’t like her at all.”
“She’s not the type of person to go away for even a few hours without letting someone know where she was, and now this is the 10th day,” he said.
“She loves her boys and would never voluntarily be away for this long.”
Scott added: “She basically vanished into thin air. It makes no sense.”
Over the weekend, a makeshift command post was made in order to map out potential locations where she could be, the New York Post reported.
A Facebook group called Searching for Stephanie Hollingsworth has been created in order share information regarding her whereabouts, pray vigils and gatherings regarding the search.
Police said: “Stephanie suffers from some mental conditions and needs care.
“Stephanie is described as 5’4”, approximately 115 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes.”
There is a $5,000 reward for information leading to her whereabouts.
Anyone with information regarding Hollingsworth’s whereabouts is urged to call the the Belle Isle Police Department through the Orange County Sheriff’s Office Dispatch number at 407-836-4357.