Missing St. Cloud woman last spotted in Sanford, police officials say

Faith Kepner shown on a Lynx bus.

A mentally impaired St. Cloud woman who went missing on Friday was last spotted in Sanford, police officials said.

According to a St. Cloud Police Department press release, Faith G. Kepner, 20, exited a Lynx bus on Sunday, April 21, at the Seminole Towne Center, 200 Towne Center Circle, in Sanford.

Missing St. Cloud woman last spotted in Sanford, police officials say

Before getting off the bus, she told the bus operator that she was going to north Florida, police officials said.

Faith, who lacks the mental capacity for her age, due to a disability, left her home on foot on Friday. Faith’s mother received a text message from her, saying that she was at the Walmart Neighborhood Market at 2125 Nolte Road in St. Cloud, according to the police officials. However, Faith did not return home.

On Tuesday, April 23, a white female matching Faith’s description was seen in Deltona near a Lowe’s home improvement store, 2170 Howland Blvd. Investigative information has been forwarded to law enforcement agencies in both Seminole and Volusia counties. Based on all the evidence gathered during the investigation, there are no signs of foul play and law enforcement officials believe Faith left her home voluntarily.

She is described as a white female with brown hair, brown eyes, approximately 5 feet 5 inches tall and approximately 110 pounds.

She was last wearing a pink shirt, black shorts, black hooded sweatshirt with a heart emblem, and black and red Sketchers sneakers.

 If contact is made with Faith, call the St. Cloud Police Department at 407-891-6700 and reference report number 19-002303.