Missing Orlando woman's vehicle found, police say

Priscilla Collard 'presumed to be alive'

Priscilla Collard (Photo courtesy of the Orlando Police Department)
Priscilla Collard (Photo courtesy of the Orlando Police Department) (Orlando Police Department)

ORLANDO, Fla. – Orlando police cancelled a call for help in locating a missing 23-year-old woman after her car was found on Thanksgiving.

Priscilla L. Collard is "presumed to be alive," officials said, but information on her whereabouts or where her vehicle was found.

When police initially said Collard was missing Wednesday evening, they said she attended a concert at the fairgrounds Nov. 11.


Collard left the concert with a friend's dark blue 2015 Dodge Ram four-door pickup truck with tinted windows and bearing Florida tag EAKJ46, police said. The truck has Miami Hurricanes and Miami Dolphins decals on the rear window, an amber bulb-style light and an "oversized load" sign in the rear bed.

Collard is described by police as a white woman who is 5 feet 4 inches tall, weighing 125 pounds with blond hair and blue eyes. Police said she has a mole on her left cheek and was last seen wearing a white and black striped collared sleeveless shirt, blue tank top, blue jean shorts, sunglasses and a string of white pearls.