A family hopes you can help find their loved one. Thirty-four year old mother of two, Angie Tucker, disappeared November 3. The News On 6â€™s Latoya Silmon reports Tulsa Police are on the case, but Angie Tuckerâ€™s family says they need everyone to help crack this one. Her brother, Hylan Tucker, says they won't rest until she's home.
Angie Tucker's family is at their wits end.
â€œWe have no clue where she is,â€ said Hylan Tucker, Angie Tuckerâ€™s brother. â€œThat's what's so frustrating is that we don't have a starting point of where to look and everybody is just worried sick.â€
Hylan Tucker says no one has seen or heard from his baby sister since Saturday, November 3. He says it wasn't until the following Monday when she didn't come to work that they knew something was terribly wrong.
â€œBecause my sister always, if she says she's going to do something she does it,â€ Hylan Tucker said. â€œShe goes to work. She's very dedicated to her job.â€
And her children.
Now, Angie Tuckerâ€™s family is hard at work passing out flyers hoping someone knows something.
â€œShe has two children, Yamauine and Day Day, I can't even begin to describe what they're feeling because their mother is gone,â€ Angie Tuckerâ€™s brother Hylan Tucker said. â€œI know they're hurting really bad.â€
And the only way to ease their pain is to find her; Hylan says he's not giving up.
â€œShe refers to me as big brother, so if she's out there and she can hear me, big brother will come and get you,â€ Hylan Tucker said.
Hylan says his sister did have a restraining order against an ex-boyfriend, but police will not say whether he's a person of interest in the case. Meanwhile, anyone with information about Angie Tucker's disappearance is asked to call Crimestoppers at 596-COPS, all callers can remain anonymous.
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