Amanda Hall

UPDATE (4/29/21): 

HOMER, Ga. — A woman originally from Baldwin County who was reported missing from her home in Banks County has died. 

According to a statement issued by the Banks County Sheriff’s Office, the body of 42-year-old Amanda Hall was discovered by deputies. 

“We are sad to report that Amanda Hall was discovered deceased by deputies of the Banks County Sheriff's Office,” reads a statement on the sheriff’s office Facebook page. “On April 28, deputies were conducting a grid search of a heavily wooded area in the proximity of Mrs. Hall's last known whereabouts when she was located. BCSO Criminal Investigation Division and the Banks County Coroner's Office are working a unified investigation to determine the cause and events surrounding her death.  An autopsy is scheduled for later in the week. At this time, no further details will be released due to our active and ongoing investigation.”

Hall grew up in Baldwin County and moved away several years ago. Several of her family and friends still live in the Baldwin and Putnam county area.

Repeated attempts by The Union-Recorder to reach officials with the Banks County Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday were unsuccessful.

Hall was last seen on Friday, April 23, in Banks County.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Banks County Sheriff’s Office at 470-252-2276 or email schapman@bankscountysoga.org.

4/28/21

HOMER, Ga. — A woman originally from Baldwin County has been reported missing from her home in Banks County.

Authorities are seeking information on the whereabouts of 42-year-old Amanda Hall, according to information from the Banks County Sheriff’s Office in Homer.

Hall grew up in Baldwin County and moved away several years ago. Several of her family and friends still live in the Baldwin and Putnam county area.

Repeated attempts by The Union-Recorder to reach officials with the Banks County Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday were unsuccessful.

Hall was last seen on Friday, April 23, in Banks County.

In addition to being a resident of Banks County, the missing woman also reportedly has ties to White County in north Georgia, authorities say.

Hall is described as 5-foot-4-inches tall. She weighs 180 pounds and has blond hair and blue eyes.

The missing person case is being worked by Banks County Sheriff’s Office Investigator S. Chapman.

Anyone with information about her whereabouts is asked to call the Banks County Sheriff’s Office at 470-252-2276 or email schapman@bankscountysoga.org.

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