Authorities are trying to find an Oklahoma teen who’s been lacking since early November.
On Nov. 4, the household of Faith Lindsey, 17, of Pauls Valley, reported her lacking, in response to the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI), native stations KXII, Oklahoma News Four and The Shawnee News-Star report.
“It just doesn’t make sense,” her sister, Justice Lindsey, advised Oklahoma News 4. “This isn’t like Faith at all.”
Lindsey was dwelling along with her boyfriend in Pauls Valley when she went lacking, Justice advised the station.
On Nov. 4, Lindsey’s boyfriend “texted me…saying that he can’t find her, she’s missing, freaking out,” Justice advised News 4.
Shortly after, Justice began receiving texts from Faith’s cellphone with odd messages that simply didn’t really feel proper, she says.
“She was misspelling a lot of things that night,” Justice advised News 4. “She has very good punctuation and spelling, and that just wasn’t her.”
One of the messages indicated that Faith was with somebody who wouldn’t take her dwelling and that she couldn’t get a experience dwelling, Justice advised the outlet.
Justice additionally acquired cellphone calls from Faith’s cellphone for some time after she went lacking.
“She kept trying to call me a lot, but hang up as soon as I answered,” Justice advised News 4. “I have a gut feeling something did happen to her.”
The calls appeared “kind of suspicious,” Justice’s boyfriend Dontae Perry advised the outlet.
Based on leads discovered by the OSBI, Faith might presumably be in Seminole, Garvin or Pontotoc counties, in response to Oklahoma News 4.
Since Faith went lacking, authorities and native volunteers have been searching for her in Pauls Valley, which is about an hour south of Oklahoma City.
On Saturday, about 50 volunteers looked for her in a 100-acre stretch of land behind an house advanced in Pauls Valley, native station KXII reviews.
“It makes my heart feel good to see people come out and help us out,” Jesse Lindsey, Faith’s grandfather, advised KXII.
He says she is a shy teen with a 4.zero GPA who likes serving to others, KXII reviews.
Faith’s household hopes she is discovered quickly.
“I really hope that she’s safe,” Justice advised News 4.
A spokeswoman from the OSBI tells PEOPLE there isn’t a replace on the case.
Faith is described as 5 toes Four inches tall and 115 lbs., with lengthy brown hair and blue eyes.
Anyone who has seen Faith or has any details about her whereabouts is inspired to contact the OSBI at (800) 522-8017 or [email protected].