Group to look for missing Harrisburg woman
by LARA BRENCKLE, Of The Patriot-News
Friday November 07, 2008, 2:39 PM
Michelle McMullen has been missing since Sept. 28.A nonprofit group that seeks to raise awareness of missing people of color will be in Hagerstown, Md., Saturday searching for a Harrisburg woman who has been missing since Sept. 28. The Black and Missing group will join with friends and family of Michelle McMullen at 10 a.m. at the Mack/Volvo Powertrain plant, 13302 Pennsylvania Ave., to search the grounds.
McMullen was last heard from almost two months ago, as she drove her black Honda Accord south toward Louisiana, where she was returning to school.
McMullen's vehicle, along with her cell phone, wallet and other identification, were found in early October near the security gates of the plant.
Since her disappearance, Susquehanna Twp. police have charged McMullen in the theft of at least $2,300 from the Progress-Immanuel Presbyterian Church. McMullen, who authorities said worked as an administrator at the church before being fired July 28, is accused of forgery, theft and theft by deception.