(KMOV) -- A local business owner will be questioned in connection with the disappearance of a Georgia woman.
The F.B.I and Atlanta Police will interview Robert Kirk, of St. Louis and the owner of a company that puts together upscale parties, sometime on Friday.
Stacey English, a 36-year-old woman from Buckhead, GA, a city about 15 minutes outside Atlanta, has been missing since the day after Christmas.
Reportedly, Kirk was in Atlanta over the holidays and was the last person seen with English. Family members say the two had an argument just before she went missing. APD still holds to idea that no foul play is involved. Maj. Keith Meadows says the evidence does not suggest foul play.
A friend of Ms. English told police that the last time she saw the woman Ms. English was acting out of character. She said Ms. English appeared upset and stated that she felt as if someone was attempting to hurt her. The friend also told police that Ms. English began discussing the end of the world and quoting biblical scriptures.
English’s parents say they do not believe the statement that Kirk made regarding English’s alleged erretic behavior.
All of her personal effects such as: wallet, purse, ipad and cell phone were found inside her condo.
English's car was found in an impound lot.
Stay with News 4 for further developments.