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Search Crews Continue to Look for Missing Mother

<span style="font-size: 14px;">It's now been 5 days of searching for the missing Devol, Oklahoma woman</span>
It's now been 5 days of searching for the missing Devol, Oklahoma woman. 52- year old Teresa Speir was last seen leaving work Saturday evening around 11:30 from the EZ Go off I-44 near the Walters exit.
Amanda and Chris McCombs flip through pages of an old scrapbook, and they continue holding out hope their mother, who's part of so many of these memories, comes home soon.
"My mom is a really happy go lucky kind of person. She is dedicated to her job, her family, and even her friends, she was very outgoing to all her friends and her family," said Chris McCombs, Speir's son.
The last time he spoke with his mother was Saturday, January 7th .
"I actually talked to my mom Saturday, before noon before she had to go to work. But while she's at work I stayed in contact through text message with her. It was probably about 7 o'clock was the last time that I talked with her," said Chris.
Speir reportedly left work Saturday night around 11:30, but did not show up for her shift the next day. And that's when family and coworkers became concerned.
"I guess I didn't think about that it might be serious out there, you know if was everybody was out there. We really knew that something was, she was really missing," said daughter Amanda Speir.
OSBI, Cotton County Sheriff's Department, Oklahoma Highway Patrol, and even community members have searched more than five hundred acres around Devol in hopes of finding a clue.
"We keeping faith we know that we will hopefully see her again we can hug her and she can get on to us for maybe making a big fuss. And we hope that we can just tell her again we love her and it can be back to the 3 of us again," said Amanda.
Amanda and Chris say their mother is a loving, caring woman who always puts family first.
"We just want people to know this is serious, and that we really want our mom back. And we love her and she's all we have.We just hope that where ever she is that she know that we love her and we are looking hard for her," said Amanda.
Speir's children and law enforcement continue to ask anyone with any information to contact OSBI at 1- 800- 522- 8017 or the Cotton County Sheriffs Department.
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