Update: Missing Oklahoma City woman found

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Update: 10/22/2014 – Officials say 23-year-old Tilesha Thompson has been found.

According to authorities, no foul play is involved in her disappearance.

 

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OKLAHOMA CITY - Authorities are looking for a missing 23-year-old woman after she vanished Saturday night.

"I am hurting bad, I need my baby to come home with me," said Tilesha's mother, Alice Farries.

Tilesha Thompson told her sister she met a man at a 7-11 at Northwest 23rd and MacArthur.

According to the police report, Tilesha told her sister the man was taking her on a date.

Thompson later left her sister's apartment, and never returned. She left her purse, I-D cards and cell phone at her apartment.

Her family says they later received texts from an unknown phone claiming to be Tilesha. The texts said she had stepped out to get food, and would be back shortly.

But she never returned, so the family called the mystery number.

"I said hey where's Tilesha," said her sister, Areneatha Smith. "He said she's not with me."

The man then hung up, and all phone calls were sent straight to voicemail. Then Tuesday morning, he answered again.

"He stated that he dropped her off at six this morning," said Smith. "Fed her, and he hasn't talked to her since."

When Areneatha asked where she was dropped off, he hung up, and they haven't heard back since.

She was last seen wearing a leopard print tank top and blue jeans with a cloud print.

If you have seen her or know where she is, you're asked to call police.

 

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