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Authorities Expand their Search for Speir

<span style="font-size: 14px;" mce_style="font-size: 14px;">It's now been been one week since an Oklahoma Woman went missing.</span>
    It's now been been one week since an Oklahoma Woman went missing. Teresa Speir was last seen January 7th around 11:30 p.m when she left work at the EZ Go near I-44 and the Walters exit. Authorities continue to comb through thousands of acres of land in hopes of finding any clues that would lead them to Speir.
    Cotton County Sheriff's Office and investigators from OSBI and the Oklahoma Highway Patrol have expanded their search area, which now includes parts of Tillman county as well.It's not just law enforcement out searching, community members have given some of their own time to help.
Speir's two children, Amanda and Chris McCombs, say people in the Devol and Randlett area have been very helpful during this difficult time.
    "They have been very out going for me and Amanda both, they've offered any way they can help. Everybody's prayers really mean a lot to us we are very thankful for the people we have in our lives," said Chris.
    "We've cried on their shoulders and they've cried with us and we've been close with them for a very long time and everyone has been so helpful," said Amanda.
    As the search continues, Speirs' family says they are keeping the faith and hope they will see their mother again.
    If you have any information, you are asked to contact OSBI at 1-800-522-8017 or the Cotton County Sheriff Office.
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