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Family works to keep the search for Peggy McGuire alive after she's been missing for four months.

EUFAULA, Okla. – Recent evidence brought to light in a missing persons case could give investigators a new lead.

The McIntosh County Sheriff’s Department says 28-year-old Peggy McGuire was last seen on Nov. 16 taking her child to school.

However, she has not been seen or heard from since.

Betty Davis, McGuire’s mother, says she has tried to contact her daughter but has received no response.

“I texted her again and said, ‘Where are you? I hope you’re okay. I love you,” Davis told KTUL.

McGuire’s truck was found at an ice house about 10 miles away from her home shortly after she disappeared.

Surveillance cameras captured McGuire’s truck driving into the parking lot. A few seconds later, a figure can be seen getting out and walking away.

Friends and family members say McGuire doesn’t drink, so there’s no reason why she would drive herself to the ice house.

Pamela Bradford lives near the ice house and remembers seeing a man walking along the road. When she got closer, she says he ducked into some weeds nearby.

“So I looked for an automobile, and I didn’t see one. So I thought, maybe I was seeing things,” Bradford told KTUL.

This week, the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation released documents that reveal evidence discovered at McGuire’s home and property.

According to KJRH, investigators combed through McGuire’s home, taking swabs of blood-like stains on the couch and back porch.

McGuire’s son and his father, Thomas McIntosh, still live at the residence.

Investigators also took samples of stains found in the bucket of a front loading tractor.

Authorities also reportedly discovered a leather glove in Thomas McIntosh’s truck that had red stains.

The OSBI documents also reveal law enforcement officials traced the cell phones, computers and bank statements of McGuire and McIntosh.

According to KOKI, McGuire had filed protective orders against McIntosh in 2006 and 2013.

They were living together at the time of her disappearance.

The OSBI is continuing to test the samples.

If you have any information about what happened to her, call the OSBI hotline at 1-800-522-8017.