Two women disappear under suspicious circumstances

GUIMON, OK – An investigation is underway in Oklahoma following the perplexing vanishing of two women, Veronica Butler, 27, and Jilian Kelley, 39. Their automobile was discovered unoccupied in an isolated area over the weekend.

The Texas County Sheriff’s Office reported that the women were en route to fetch children on Saturday but failed to reach the predetermined rendezvous point.

Their car was later found deserted close to Highway 95 and Road L, south of Elkhart, Kansas, within the rural area of Texas County, according to the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI).

The OSBI is coordinating with the Texas County Sheriff’s Office, Oklahoma Highway Patrol, and other law enforcement bodies to trace the whereabouts of the missing women.

The case is being treated as a “suspicious disappearance” by the OSBI.

The Texas County Sheriff’s Office’s missing persons alert provides identifying details for both women. Butler has several tattoos, including a Chinese symbol on her left forearm and a sunflower on her left shoulder. Kelley has a butterfly tattoo on her left forearm.

Butler is described as a 5-foot 4-inch redhead with green eyes, last seen in a blue short-sleeve shirt and denim shorts. Kelley, with brown hair and blue eyes, was last seen in a long-sleeve shirt, blue jeans, and tan or beige shoes.