Grace Smith

On February 23, 2022, Grace Smith, age 34, was last seen at Three Mile Road, West Virginia. After leaving her parents’ residence in her vehicle, she vanished.

Background of Grace Smith

On September 17, 1987, Grace Allison Smith was born.

Smith went to Chesapeake and Point Pleasant High Schools in West Virginia. She went to the University of Phoenix in Arizona to study.

Smith was a resident of Gallipolis Ferry, West Virginia, at the time of her abduction.

Details of Disappearance

In the early evening of February 23, 2022, Smith made the trip to her mother’s house on Three Mile Road in Charleston, West Virginia.

Thereafter, Smith showered and did some washing. She had a talk with her father and decided to follow through with her scheduled visit to a rehabilitation facility the next day.

Around 8:30 that evening, Smith drove away from her mother’s house. When she told her mother she needed $20 for gas to get back to Gallipolis Ferry, West Virginia, she immediately complied.

Her mom called her cell phone at 11:30 p.m., but it went straight to voicemail. There has been no further contact or information on Grace Smith after she left.

North of Point Pleasant, West Virginia, in the Mcclintic Wildlife Management Region (also known as the “TNT area”) on February 25, 2022, police discovered Smith’s abandoned automobile, a gold 2007 Pontiac Grand Prix, among two huge ponds.

Once they found out about the deserted vehicle, her relatives reported her missing to the Mason County Sheriff’s Office.

Investigation of Case

Smith forgot most of her belongings in the car, including the keys which she left on the hood, but she failed to take her cellphone with her. In addition to the fresh food, cold and frozen items were discovered in a grocery bag that appeared to have expired.

Initially, Smith’s ex-husband and mother-in-law found the car in a parking lot close to McClintic’s public hunting area, and then they took it to their own home.

They informed Smith’s parents about the car, who said it wasn’t out of the ordinary for their daughter to leave it there. The vehicle was reportedly parked there sometime between 11:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. on February 25, 2022, according to authorities.

According to her sister, Smith was with a bad crowd at the time of her disappearance, and she even carried a knife for protection.

The TNT area and other parts of southern Mason County, including Gallipolis Ferry, Apple Grove, Ashton, and Glenwood, were searched by helicopter with the help of the West Virginia State Police and the Mason County Sheriff’s Office, but no trace of Grace could be located.

The Mason County Sheriff’s Office upped the reward for information about Grace Allison Smith’s whereabouts from $6,000 to $7,500 on June 7, 2022.


Grace Smith went missing, but the police couldn’t find any evidence, means, or reasons to think she was hurt. The case is still open and going on.

Grace Smith’s family is offering $7,500 for information that leads to where she is.

Grace Smith hasn’t been seen for a long time, and no one knows why. She is still considered missing. Her case hasn’t been solved yet.


Grace Smith

Physical Description:
She is a white woman who was born on September 17, 1987. Grace’s hair is brown, and her eyes are blue. When she went missing, her hair was grey or partly grey because it had been dyed that way. Grace is 5’4 inches tall and 90 pounds heavy.

Distinctive Physical Features:
In the middle of Grace’s lower back is a picture of a ferry.

Clothing and accessories:
Grace was last seen wearing a pair of black Ugg boots, blue jeans, and a blue knee-length coat with a yellow hoodie underneath.

Investigating Agency

If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Grace Allison Smith please contact the Mason County Sheriff’s Department at (304) 675-3838 or (304) 675-9911.

Resources & Further Information

Grace Allison Smith – National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs)
Please Help Find Grace Allison Smith – Facebook
Gracie Ally – Facebook

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