BCSO welcoming public's help in search for missing woman

Andreen McDonald, 29, disappeared last Friday

By Katrina Webber - Crime Fighters Reporter, Ben Spicer - Web Producer

SAN ANTONIO - The Bexar County Sheriff’s Office is resuming its search for a missing woman and welcomes help from the public.

A search party will begin the hunt for Andreen McDonald around 9 a.m. Tuesday.

Anyone who wants to help in the search is asked to show up at The Shops at Overlook, located at 26108 Overlook Parkway. 

The shopping center is adjacent to a wooded area that has been the subject of a prior search. It also is not far from the home that McDonald shared with her 40-year-old husband, Andre McDonald, and six-year-old daughter.

Andreen McDonald was reported missing last Friday after she failed to show up at work.

According to an arrest warrant affidavit, evidence found in her home pointed to foul play.

Since her disappearance, Sheriff Javier Salazar has stated publicly that he believes the businesswoman and mother may be dead. He also called her husband a suspect.

Andre McDonald has been arrested on a charge of tampering with evidence in this case.

In addition to asking for help with the search, the sheriff’s office also encourages anyone with information on Andreen McDonald’s disappearance or current whereabouts to call them at (210) 335-6070. 

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