Nov 12, 2012 6:59 PM by Erin Steuber
Broussard Police are asking for your help finding a woman who hasn't been seen since November 7.
45-year-old Paulette Thibodeaux was last seen at her home in the 300 block of Robicheaux Rd. Her roommate was the last one to see her November 7 around 8 PM. It wasn't until November 9 that her roommate called police to report her missing.
All weekend police extensively searched Broussard for any clues, but no luck.
Friends say Thibodeaux kept to herself. But friends say, they can't make sense of her disappearance.
"She's just missed very much, and we love you, and we want you back home, safe," said friend Billie Meyer.
"Right now we have no suspicion of foul play," said Broussard Police Chief Brannon Decou. "We don't see any indicators that tell us that there's something suspicious that occurred, as far as at the home."
Thibodeaux hasn't been herself lately, but Decou says they don't know what happened. She left on foot, leaving behind her car, wallet and cell phone. The only thing it seems she took was her keys.
"We have almost extended all of our means as far as what we can do. Being on foot with no communication is really making it difficult," said Dacou.
She is 5' 4'' tall and approximately 155 pounds. She was last seen wearing blue jeans and a red-shirt with a design on the front. Broussard Police have conducted extensive searches of the area, but have found no leads.
"We just want her to know that her friends and family love her. We want her back, and want her to be safe and sound, you know, happy and bubbly again like she was before," said Meyer.
Broussard Police will continue their search for Thibodeaux. They have contacted a K-9 unit who will be assisting in their search November 12. If you have any information, or have seen Paulette Thibodeaux, please call Broussard Police.