'It Just Wasn't Her': Okla. Teen Is Missing After Sister Received Misspelled Texts From Her Phone
Faith Lindsey, 17, of Pauls Valley, has been missing since early November
By KC Baker
November 25, 2019 04:39 PM
Authorities are searching for an Oklahoma teen who’s been missing since early November.
On Nov. 4, the family of Faith Lindsey, 17, of Pauls Valley, reported her missing, according to the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI), local stations KXII, Oklahoma News 4 and The Shawnee News-Star report.
“It just doesn’t make sense,” her sister, Justice Lindsey, told Oklahoma News 4. “This isn’t like Faith at all.”
Lindsey was living with her boyfriend in Pauls Valley when she went missing, Justice told the station.
On Nov. 4, Lindsey’s boyfriend “texted me…saying that he can’t find her, she’s missing, freaking out,” Justice told News 4.
Shortly after, Justice started receiving texts from Faith’s phone with odd messages that just didn’t feel right, she says.
“She was misspelling a lot of things that night,” Justice told News 4. “She has very good punctuation and spelling, and that just wasn’t her.” Justice told News 4.
"It makes my heart feel good to see people come out and help us out," said Jesse Lindsey, Faith’s grandfather.
Faith’s grandfather Jesse Lindsey said hasn’t been seen or heard from since October 29.
He said Faith was a 4.0 student who was shy but had a passion for helping people.
They last spoke two days before her disappearance.
"Now it went to a body search, kind of a different mood,” said Jesse.
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