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OKC Police Want To Talk To Missing Woman's Boyfriend

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Police said Ronald Banks may be driving Angela Biggers' car, a Ford Focus hatch back similar to the one pictured. Police said Ronald Banks may be driving Angela Biggers' car, a Ford Focus hatch back similar to the one pictured.

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OKLAHOMA CITY -- Angela Biggers has been missing since Monday, December 6. Her employee was the last person to see the 48-year-old.

Biggers hasn't shown up to work all week and her daughter said that's not like her.

"Everybody at the nursing home where she works is extremely worried about her because that's completely out of her character," said Jennifer Timberlake, Biggers daughter-in-law.

Detectives said they are hoping to talk to Biggers' boyfriend, 34-year-old Ronald Banks. They believe Banks may be able to provide critical information about Biggers' whereabouts.

"We would like to get in personal contact with him physically and speak with him again to find out about the timeline and hopefully he can assist us and give us the whereabouts of his girlfriend," said OKC Police Capt. Patrick Stewart.

Detectives said Banks may be driving Biggers' car. It's a Cobalt blue 2001 Ford Focus hatch back with the Oklahoma tag 617FYE.

The Biggers family can only wait and hope for the best while they search for their loved one.

"We're riding the streets, we're looking around. We're going anywhere and everywhere she might have been or might be, looking for anything you know," said Timberlake.

The family will also be passing out fliers to spread the word about their missing loved one.

Banks does have a criminal history. He has served prison time for shooting with intent to kill, burglary, and stealing a car. Banks was released from prison in August of 2009. He was also arrested by Moore police in May of 2010 for driving with a suspended license and joyriding.

Anyone with information about Biggers or Banks should call 911 or Crime Stoppers at 235-7300.

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