Grandfield_Fifteen-year-old Lynn Colyer of Grandfield has been missing since Sunday and has still not been found. Her grandparents are becoming more worried each day. She told her grandmother that she was going to walk to Sunday school, but after church Amy and her grandmother's 2007 Ford Free-Style were missing. Police have been following leads in Carnegie, Duncan, and Durant, but still have not found the teen.
Vickie Colyer, Amy's grandmother, says that the young woman is very friendly and outgoing. She says that Amy does take medication for bipolar disorder. She did not take her medication or warm clothes for cold weather. She has left before, but it's only been for one day. Vickie says she's desperate, and looking for answers about the mysterious disappearance of her granddaughter.
Vickie says she believes that Amy walked to church with her car keys, and left in the minivan - but, what happened afterward is anyone's guess. "She'd stop pick somebody up that was hitchhiking or walking," said Vickie. "She's just that kind of kid that she kinda goes for the low dog on the pole." Amy's grandparents say that the church is only about two blocks from their home, and around a corner - she's taken the route often.
Vickie Colyer is hoping that Amy will be able to play basketball - her favorite sport - and see her friends before Christmas. "I just hope and pray everyday that when that phone rings I hear something," she said. Police say that the more time passes, the more difficult the search becomes. "It's easier - it's better for us - to find them," said Grandfield Police Chief Chip Jones. "The longer it goes on, the harder it is."
Police say that Amy was last seen wearing a black shirt with silver polka dots. She is about 5'6" with brown hair and blue eyes, and weighs about 120 pounds. Amy turned 15 last Tuesday and was supposed to get her braces removed on Wednesday. If you have any information about this case or Amy's disappearance, please call Grandfield Police at 580-473-3133.
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