Family searching for Knoxville woman missing since May

Nakisha Scott has been missing for more than two months. Her family is doing all they can to help find her, even consulting a psychic, who directed them to an area of West Knox County to search.

KNOXVILLE - More than two months after a Knoxville woman disappeared, her friends and family conducted their own search for their missing loved one.

Nakisha “Kisha” Scott was last seen between 6 and 8 p.m. on May 28 as she was walking toward her husband’s residence on Brookside Avenue, near Knoxville College. The Knoxville Police Department said the couple has been married for more than a year, but had been separated for several months at the time of Kisha's disappearance. 

KPD still has an open investigation into Scott's disappearance.
 
Kisha's family and friends gathered on Boardwalk Boulevard, in the Northshore Town Center development in West Knox County, on Wednesday to search for her.
 
They said they are desperate to find Kisha, and a psychic led them to that area to search. 
 
"My sister is so desperate for answers that a psychic that read one of our posts on Facebook has given my sister a location to where my sister can be found and it's in Farragut," Kisha's aunt Monnie Flack Nolan said. 

Family said Kisha has a daughter and an infant grandson. They say they think about her everyday, and are hoping they can get some answers soon.

"Something has happened to Kisha. We know in our hearts," Nolan said. 

"We do have hope that she's alive, but it's not her character to be gone this long," she said. "This is the worst pain you could ever, ever imagine, not knowing where a loved one is."

Anyone with information about Kisha's whereabouts is asked to call the Knoxville Police Department at 865-215-7000.

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