Friends, family search for Camisha Hollis, 33, missing since Monday

OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) - Friends & family of 33-year-old Camisha Hollis of Omaha are preparing to search for the mother of three who has been missing since Monday

Volunteers have been given fliers and maps of areas to search.

 

 

The search party plans to scour areas where they believe Hollis's 2018 red Hyundai Elantra, with Nebraska license plates VSF-459, may have been dumped — especially rural places in Iowa or high-traffic areas like casino parking lots and freeway rest stops.

Martha, the mother of Camisha Hollis, said her daughter's live-in boyfriend, Marvin Young, has family in Iowa, and that she strongly believes her daughter may be held there.

"We're going to meet up and I don't know which way we're going, my nephew he's bringing a lot of boys from the air force base so hopefully that will help," she said.

Everyone here is hoping and praying for Hollis' safe return; she was last seen around 4 a.m. Monday at her home near 57th and Ogden.

On Tuesday, police arrested Hollis' longtime live-in boyfriend, Marvin Young, 35, on multiple charges. In 2001, Young pleaded no contest to misdemeanor motor-vehicle homicide after hitting and killing a girl near Northwest High School. He was sentenced to probation, along with community service.

If you have any information about Hollis' whereabouts, or believe you may have spotted her vehicle, call 911, or call the OPD Homicide Unit at 402-444-5656.

This is a developing story. Stay with 3 News Now for more on this story as it develops.

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