The Adair County Sheriff’s Office is searching for Tina Workman, 43, who went missing Friday night, Feb. 19, after she left her shift at Dollar General in Cookson, at 9:30 p.m.
Workman did not show up for work on Saturday for her scheduled shift and has not been in contact with her family, said Adair County Sheriff Jason Ritchie.
She was last seen at her place of employment and supposedly left work in her 2006 silver Honda Accord, heading toward Blue Hill. Her car has a Cherokee Nation tribal tag, CY2244.
Workman is 5-4 with brown hair and brown eyes and was last seen wearing a red Stilwell Indians hoodie and a black Carharrt coat.
“The family hasn’t seen or heard from her since she got off work,” said Ritchie.
Deputies have pinged her phone, and it only got one ping in the Siloam Springs area, said Ritchie.
“We’re tracking her down. I understand she’s a pretty social person and she normally keeps in touch with her family, but she missed work on Saturday and had plans with the family for a granddaughters party this weekend,” Ritchie said.
There is concern for her safety, he said.
“Everything is suspicious,” said Ritchie.
Anyone who has any information is asked to contact the Adair County Sheriff’s Office at 918-696-2106.