The Henrico County Police Departments says the disappearance of a 24-year-old woman missing since early August is not being considered suspicious.
Police, however, says they are still looking for Starquay Spruill "to locate her to ascertain her welfare."
Earlier this month, Spruill's family says they last saw her on Saturday, Aug. 4.
"Somewhere, someone will lead us to where she is because she always called me. No matter what time it was," her mother, Sharain Spruill, said.
The family last saw her on Newbridge Road.
"She knocked on the door, I opened the door and she used the bathroom and went back outside. I came back outside to go to the store and we walked to the store together." Spruill said.
Friends and family posted flyers in places Spruill is known to hangout.
"It's not like her to be out without calling either one of us," friend Jermara Brown said. "All we know is that she can be in danger and it's a serious matter. She's a friendly person everyone loved here."
As both police and family members searched everywhere for Starquay earlier this month, loved ones remembered the good times and memories.
"A lot of people are hurting because they want to know what's going on and I'm hurting because I don't have the answers to give them." Kiara Arnett said. "She's the life of the party. She's the life of the party."
Police say Starquay was last seen wearing a large gray shirt and blue sweatpants.
She is described as being 5 feet 4 inches, weighing 170 pounds, with brown eyes and brown/burgundy braided hair.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Henrico Police at 804-501-5000 or Crime Stoppers at 804-780-1000.
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