Authorities are looking for a Mead woman who has not been seen in two weeks.
Bryan County Sheriff's Deputy Shawn Pierce said Kelly Diann McCullar, 43, has been entered in the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) as a missing person. Authorities do not know what happened to her but have not found any evidence of a crime.
According to information provided to the sheriff's office by family members, McCullar was last seen May 20 at Toppers Bar near Lake Texoma. She reportedly left with a local truck driver, and went to the Oaks Motel in Mead. The trucker told authorities that they went to bed and when he woke up about 3 the next morning, she was gone.
Her car was left in the bar parking lot. Family members told the sheriff's office that she called a daughter in South Carolina that evening, and said she was going to bring food to her other children, ages 17 and 19.
Family members also said McCullar missed her younger daughter's birthday on May 23 and that it would not be like her to run away.
“We have no idea and no one else knows,” Pierce said. “It's unlike her to just take off is what the family says.”
Pierce said McCullar was reported missing May 26. She is 5 five-feet-four inches tall, weighs 150 pounds and has green eyes. She has a tribal band tattoo around her right arm.