Apryl Foster Missing After Night Out in Ybor City Tampa Fl Reward Now At $25,000 For Information About Her Whereabouts. TAMPA, Fla. - The family of a missing woman last seen in Ybor City pleaded for information about her whereabouts and for her safe return Monday during a news conference at the Tampa Police Department. Apryl Foster, 33, was seen leaving Ulele on Wednesday and then went to the bar Bad Monkey in Ybor City. Foster then went to a bar called Double Decker.
Officers received word Saturday night that Foster was missing. While there is no evidence of foul play so far, detectives are concerned about her safety. "This just isn't her. So we know something has happened," Foster's mom said. Detectives are also searching for her car, a 2009 red Chevrolet Aveo with Fl tag K125YC. Tampa Police have shared these surveillance photos, released during a briefing on her disappearance. The photos were taken after she left the bar in Ybor City. But they still don't know where Apryl went. They're also looking for her red 2009 Chevy Aveo, which was last seen driving east down 7th Avenue in Ybor city after 2:30AM, unknown as to who was driving the car?
15 min (7.8 mi) via E 7th Ave to E Broadway Ave to Brandon Trace Ave in Brandon Fl.
I'm sure that by now law enforcement has contacted Apryl Foster's cell phone carrier to get a locate on her phone, if you want to track your mobile device, you can find out where it is by using GPS to locate the cell phone. Many new cell phones include a Global Positioning Satellite (GPS) chip in them, allowing the device to communicate its coordinates behind the scenes. iPhone, Android, Windows Mobile, and Blackberry users can use GPS to locate their cell phones. Carriers can track phones using their internal GPS and signal if necessary. In the event of a kidnapping or missing person a mobile operator would work with law enforcement authorities to provide accurate GPS data, so what's the deal here?