Lindsey Pearlman’s ‘broken’ husband Vance has shared a chilling ‘final photo’ searching for the missing actress before she died
THE husband of an actress who disappeared for five days before being found dead on Friday shared a chilling photo he believed was the last taken of her.
The body of Lindsay Erin Pearlman, an actress on General Hospital, was found Friday in Los Angeles after she went missing on February 15.
The 43-year-old’s husband, Vance Smith, posted the possible photo of Pearlman on Instagram, which he says was sent to him by a tipster when they were desperate for his wife.
The LAPD discovered her body later that day.
Smith said someone contacted him after seeing missing flyers for Pearlman and reported seeing someone who might have been her at a scenic beach in Florence, Oregon.
Smith also said the person sent blurry photos of the woman who may be Lindsey.
They also said the woman was “very interested” in the person’s dog, which matches her personality according to her husband.
“Just a shot in the dark, but we’ll take whatever we can get now,” the post said.
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Pearlman was found days after the LAPD began their massive search for her.
Pearlman’s body was found near Runyon Canyon Park, a popular hiking spot less than four miles from where she was last seen alive.
The coroner has not yet confirmed the cause of his death.
Read our Lindsey Pearlman live blog for the latest news and updates…
MISSING PERSON LEAFLET
The LAPD had released a missing persons flyer containing information about Lindsey’s disappearance.
However, there is a difference on the date and time of her last known whereabouts, as the LAPD said she was seen on February 13 at noon, but Pearlman’s husband shared different information.
“Lindsey was last seen 2/15 at 9 p.m.,” Smith wrote in a post. Instagram post.
“I cannot share more details at this time.”
It is unknown if Pearlman was alone or with others when she was last seen.
The LAPD flyer also includes a photo of a car Pearlman may have been driving when she went missing.
In order to help the search while it was underway, Pearlman’s cousin, Savannah Pearlman tweeted more details about Lindsey’s car as well as the fact that her cell phone was “last pinged” on Sunset Boulevard.
A LOST LIFE
According to his websitePearlman had recently moved to Los Angeles “looking for more opportunities in front of the camera.”
Pearlman, a Chicago native, was a television actor who had recurring roles on Chicago Justice and General Hospital.
She has also appeared on Empire, ABC’s American Housewife, The Purge TV series, and Sneaky Pete.
Its extensive commercial reel includes commercials for TJ Maxx, Coors Light, Nissan, Sears and the Cincinnati Regional Tourism Alliance.
She graduated from the famous Second City Conservatory in Chicago.
Along with her theatrical appearances in Chicago, Lindsey performed on Catharsis Production’s internationally touring show Sex Signals.
According to Lindsey’s website, the show “uses comedy to tackle the difficult topic of sexual assault awareness on military bases and college campuses.”
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