Reward offered in Oklahoma teen’s disappearance

The Associated Press - November 30, 2019 8:44 am

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PAULS VALLEY, Okla. (AP) — Investigators are offering a $5,000 reward to help find an Oklahoma teenager who has been missing for weeks.

The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation says that 17-year-old Faith Lindsey hasn’t been seen since October 28th. Her sister, Justice Lindsey, told TV station KFOR that she became suspicious after a series of text messages from Faith’s number with uncharacteristic misspellings.

Justice Lindsey says that Faith lived with in Pauls Valley, about 50 miles south of Oklahoma City. According to the Pauls Valley Democrat, volunteer search parties have been forming to find her.

Investigators tell the newspaper that they believe she is not a runaway.

 

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