Stillwater police find belongings of missing woman, still no clues on her whereabouts
STILLWATER, Okla. (KTUL) —
Police say they have found some of the belongings of a woman who went missing in October, but they're still trying to figure out where she might be.
Darian Hudson, 23, went missing Oct. 22. Family members say they have not had any contact with Hudson since she disappeared. Police say they were able to track Hudson's movements through Oct. 26, when she was last seen sitting in a wooded area and walking toward the intersection of Country Club and McElroy northeast of Stillwater.
A K9 was brought out Dec. 4 to search the area for any clues. Detectives searched the area for two days and found some of her belongings abandoned in the area, but they did not find Hudson.
Family and friends told police Hudson could be suffering from a mental health crisis.
Police say Hudson was last seen wearing blue jeans and a white tee shirt, and she could be wearing a dark-colored coat. She has a tattoo on her shoulder that reads "Birds of a feather flock together."
If you have any information on Hudson's whereabouts, Detective Mary Kellison with the Stillwater Police Department at 405-742-8357. You can also call the department's tip line 405-742-8327 or dispatch at 405-372-4171.