This article was originally published on April 20, 2018 at 6:56 p.m.
PT and last updated April 21, 2018 10:16:28.
Learn more New Orleans police are asking the public for help finding a woman who was last seen walking alone in the neighborhood where a baseball auction was held April 6.
The auction ended at 8:30 p.,m.
CT, when the New Orleans Police Department announced the winner.
The woman was last reported to be wearing a red hoodie with a black band on it.
The description on the black hoodie says “Miss Lola from the hood.”
The woman’s family has posted photos of the woman online.
The New Orleans Crime Stoppers Facebook page was inundated with tips from people who want to know if she’s seen since April 6, when a black Mercedes pulled up on a street in the 7300 block of Lark Lane.
The Mercedes, driven by an unknown driver, pulled up and the woman ran out of the car with her cell phone.
Police said the Mercedes was described as a white sedan with a red badge.
The driver, who police identified as 35-year-old Terrance Williams, was taken into custody and charged with assault and resisting arrest.
His bail was set at $100,000.
A white Mercedes, also described as white, was found parked on a block near the intersection of Larkin and Lark.
It was later reported to have been stolen, and police said the vehicle was reported stolen April 5 from a business on West Main Street.
The missing vehicle was recovered on April 11.
A tipster provided a description of the Mercedes.
The car had been reported stolen and it’s believed the woman may have left for a day to return to the home.
The tipster said the woman’s mother was in the home when the Mercedes left, and it was unclear if she was the mother.
The mother reported the vehicle missing to the police department and they searched the area for her.
The vehicle was found in a parking lot and was reported recovered in the Lark area.
The victim’s mother is not cooperating with police.
The family said they did not know the woman and they are waiting for police to complete their investigation.
If you have any information on the missing woman or the stolen Mercedes, call Crimestoppers at 504-822-1111.