Maui police reclassify Carly Scott case as homicide

Maui police has reclassified the missing persons case involving Carly “Charli” Scott as a homicide investigation. The family has been notified. Maui police has not released any other information at this time.

The 27-year-old Makawao woman went missing on February 9. She was nearly six months pregnant.

Police recovered Scott’s dog, Nala, alive in Nahiku, her torched car in fields off Peahi Rd. near the surf spot known as “Jaws,” and clothes and other valuables off Hana Hwy. near Honomanu Bay.

The family posted the following statement online:

“It is with great sadness that we can confirm that the Scott family has been informed by Maui Police that investigation into Charli’s disappearance has been reclassified as a homicide investigation. Without disclosing details of the ongoing investigation, we want to dispel rumors that Charli’s body has been recovered. Sadly, this is untrue. That said, we feel strongly that evidence of this crime should be presented in court and not via rumors and shoddy news reporting. We would like to thank the Maui Police for their thorough work thus far and encourage the public to cooperate with them in their search to bring Charli and her unborn son’s killer to justice. Thank you and mahalo for your thoughts and prayers.”

According to family’s spokesperson, volunteers will continue to search for Scott.

If you have any information, call Maui Crime Stoppers at (808) 242-6966.

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