Police revealed that the husband is not a suspect in the missing case of Stephanie Hollingsworth.

On Thursday, in order to clear up the cloud of rumors, the police declared that the husband or any other family member of Stephanie Hollingsworth are not the suspects.

According to CrimeOnline, Hollingsworth went missing on September 25, after she left her home in order to run errands. She took $20 cash from the ATM at a nearby bank around 2 p.m. on Goldenrod Road. She rode a Chevy Tahoe 2000, which was champagne colored. The license plate Y50XUR was of Florida.

According to the family members, her cellphone was at home. According to the police, she came out of the Walmart store alone.

The Orange County Sheriff’s Office updated a tweet, which says, “Please help #BelleIsle Police and the family of missing #StephanieHollingsworth by remaining on the lookout for her, or her champagne-colored 2000 Chevy Tahoe Tag: Y50XUR.

@CrimelineFL is offering a reward. If you have any info, call 800-423-TIPS (8477).”

The Police Chief Laura Houston of the Belle Isle said, “Her husband, Scott Hollingsworth and his immediate family have been ruled out as persons of interest in her disappearance. Scott has been exceedingly cooperative with us throughout the investigation and has supplied all the information requested by detectives. We will not be commenting any further on this matter.”

Scott Hollingsworth said that his wife not the kind of person who would vanish into nowhere. The Security footage of the Walmart also didn’t imply anything unusual with Hollingsworth.

Scott said, “She’s an amazing person, an amazing mother. She’s a beautiful soul and just gave everything she had to everyone in her life.” He further added, “A lot of people loved her, and anyone could always count on her.”

Stephanie Hollingsworth can be identified as a 5’4’’ white female, who has brown hair and eyes and weigh near 115 pounds.

The reward of $5,000 has been increased to $10,000 for anyone who would come up with a lead.

To report an information related to the case, please dial, Orange County Sheriff’s Office Dispatch number at 407-836-4357.