Police Release Photos of Missing Fla. Waitress on Night She Vanished
New surveillance images have been released of a Florida waitress who vanished last week.
The images show 33-year-old Apryl Foster in a grey hooded sweatshirt with her hair in a bun on the night she disappeared.
Authorities have also released video of her car driving a block from the bar where she was last seen.
A $25,000 reward is being offered in this case.
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Foster was last seen around 2:30 a.m. on Thursday, February 12. Investigators say she'd been in Ybor City, specifically at the Bad Monkey and Double Decker Bars, after she'd left work at Ulele around 11 p.m.
The pictures from a week ago in Ybor City show Foster holding unidentified objects in her hands and a pocketbook slung over a shoulder.
Investigators said Thursday they'd scanned footage from several surveillance cameras in Ybor and uncovered images of Apryl leaving one of the bars, as well as images of her car driving eastbound on 7th Avenue.
They said it was unclear whether Apryl or someone else was behind the wheel.
"We are releasing the fact that her car was last seen eastbound because we think that's vital, because it shows that her car was traveling," Dugan said. "We are very confident that that vehicle is not in Ybor City."
Though Apryl lived in the Brandon area, officials say they did not find any toll-related activity from her car.
See the surveillance photos below.