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Unidentified Disappearance: Oklahoma Women’s Hunt Gets Deeper After Abandoned Car Is Found


OSBI Leads the Inquiry Into the Suspicious Disappearance

Alarms Are Raised by an Abandoned Car Found on Highway 95

In a recent article in True Crime Daily, the “suspicious disappearance” of Veronica Butler, 27, and Jillian Kelley, 39, who vanished under questionable circumstances, is presently being investigated by the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI). The pair disappeared while traveling to pick up children, leading to an endangered missing advisory after they were first listed as “at-risk” by the Texas County Sheriff’s Department. The woman’s abandoned car was found along Highway 95 close to Elkhart, Kansas, according to OSBI, which took the lead on the investigation. Concerns about Butler and Kelley’s safety and whereabouts grow as officials intensify their efforts.

Vehicle belonging to Jilian Kelley and Veronica Butler, missing women, found south of Elkhart, Kansas in Texas County, Oklahoma - ABC7 San Francisco
Unidentified Disappearance: Oklahoma Women’s Hunt Gets Deeper After Abandoned Car Is Found
(PHOTO: ABC7 News)

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Description of Last Seen Outfits Raises Concern Amidst Community Vigilance

When she was last seen, 5-foot-4 Veronica Butler, with green eyes and red hair, wore Hey Dude sneakers, denim shorts, and a blue short-sleeved top. Jillian Kelley, a woman with brown hair and blue eyes, was last seen wearing whitewashed jeans, a long-sleeved shirt, and beige or tan shoes. The community is still on edge, hoping for a quick and safe conclusion to this upsetting issue, as the inquiry continues and the facts behind their disappearance become increasingly strange.

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