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Police, Family Search For Missing OKC Woman

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Jamie Walton was last seen Saturday morning at the northwest Oklahoma City home she shares with her parents. Jamie Walton was last seen Saturday morning at the northwest Oklahoma City home she shares with her parents.
A missing person's report was filed Sunday, but because Jamie is an adult and there is no suspicion of foul play. A missing person's report was filed Sunday, but because Jamie is an adult and there is no suspicion of foul play.
OKLAHOMA CITY -

Police are looking for an Oklahoma City woman after family members report her missing.

The woman's parents are concerned she could be in danger. Family members of 29-year-old Jamie Walton say she was last seen at the northwest Oklahoma City home she shares with her parents. Thursday will mark five days, and still, the search is on.

"My biggest fear is that [Jamie has] harmed herself or someone has harmed her," concerned mother Jinny Walton said. "Every minute is like an hour and every hour is like a day."

Jamie's parents say the last time she was seen was Saturday morning while she was enjoying a cup of coffee with her mom at the home they share. After that, she vanished, according to her parents. Her car is nowhere to be found.

A missing person's report was filed Sunday, but because Jamie is an adult and there is no suspicion of foul play. Oklahoma City police will investigate, but will not send out an alert.

"We think the best thing [is] that it is a voluntary disappearance, but it's just totally [unlike] Jamie," Philip Walton, Jamie's father said.

The Waltons are expressing frustration over how police are handling their case.

"I don't know what the detective is doing because she's not updating us," Philip said. "It's been like pulling teeth to get [police] to do the two pings we talked them into doing."

Those two pings allowed Jamie's father to trace his daughter's phone to an area centered around I-35 and Main Street in Norman. They searched for Jamie in the area and hopes were high, but there was no luck.

"We've had people [in Norman] yesterday, the day before that [and] people out there today," Jinny said as she explained the effort to find her daughter. "We cannot find her car."

Jamie's car is a 2012 white Acura TSX with Oklahoma tag 776-JLP. If you see it, call police.

Jamie's parents say they have no idea why their daughter's phone is being traced to Norman because Jamie, apparently, has no connections to the area. Family members tell News 9 Norman Police are also investigating the case.

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