Selma woman, child reported missing
A 30-year-old Selma woman and her three-year-old daughter have been reported missing after traveling to Tulsa, Oklahoma last week to visit family.
Multiple family members have filed missing person reports with police departments in Oklahoma and Alabama in an effort to find Angela Billingsley and her three-year-old daughter, Malaysia.
“The last time we saw her has been about two or three weeks. She made it to Oklahoma … and the last time they saw her, they said she told them she was going to the store, and she never came back,” said Kimberly Ford, Billingsley’s cousin.
“We haven’t heard from her, and they haven’t heard from her or anything.”
According to family, she was last seen driving a silver or grey 2013 Chevrolet Captiva with Alabama license plate number 22318L2. Ford said she was going to see her mother and two brothers in Tulsa.
“She made it to them,” Ford said.
Billingsley made it to Tulsa last Tuesday, and went missing last Thursday. Reports have been filed with the Selma Police Department, Marion Police Department and the Tulsa, Oklahoma Police Department. The Tulsa Police Department confirmed Thursday that missing person reports have been filed on both Billingsley and her daughter. Ford said the family hasn’t had any luck getting in contact with Billingsley, whose cell phone goes to voicemail when called. Anyone with information is asked to call the Selma, Marion or Tulsa Police Departments. The Selma Police Department can be reached at (334) 874-6611, the Marion Police Department can be reached at (334) 683-6761, and the Tulsa Police Department can be reached at (918) 596-9222.
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