GREAT FALLS — Sally Demarais-Smith, who was reported missing last week by the Great Falls Police Department, is still missing.
The Montana Department of Justice issued a Missing/Endangered Person Alert for Sally on Tuesday (September 29) afternoon; on Wednesday, the MEPA expired, as they are only valid for 24 hours. Despite the expiration, the DOJ says that Sally still has not been found nor heard from.
The MEPA was issued at the request of the Great Falls Police Department, who says that Smith was last seen on the afternoon of Friday, September 25, in Great Falls. Smith may have traveled to the Malta area and is likely driving a 2005 gold Toyota Corolla with Montana license plate 231335B. Smith is 52 years old with brown hair and brown eyes, stands 5’7” tall, about 140 pounds.
A Facebook group has been created for people to stay updated; click here to visit the group.
In addition, a "Meal Train" page has been created to help the family. The page states:
Sally Smith, a bright light and beloved wife, mother and friend went missing from her home on Saturday Sept 25th. Her family and friends have been praying, tirelessly searching and longing for her safe return. Eric and I have known the Smith family for years from Troy and Sally’s service to the USAF and to our country. They have both been volunteers for MAFB youth sports, coupled with coaching/fitness instructor to AF members and dependents. Troy and Sally have continued to provide to the GF community through their service as local business professionals, coaching, involvement with parent/student support services and youth sports volunteers. Their children have attended our local public schools and Central Catholic High School. The Smith family remain in our Mustang Family as their youngest is currently a sophomore at GFCCHS. Please consider donating a meal in support of the Smith Family as they continue their efforts in bringing Sally home.
If you have any information regarding her whereabouts or recent activity, you are asked to call 911 or Detective Taylor at 406-564-8718, or send a private message via the GFPD Facebook page.
No other information has been released at this point; we will update you if we get additional details.