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Searching For Missing Comanche County Woman

Law enforcement is searching parts of Texoma looking for missing Fletcher, Oklahoma woman.

The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation believes Tiffiny Bray, 39, is in danger and possibly being held against her will.

The OSBI says she was last seen on July 19th.

Bray told family members she was headed to Lawton to go shopping.

Investigators say she was reported missing the next day by her fiance.

At the time she went missing, she was driving a 2006 white Chevy Silverado pick-up truck with Oklahoma tags.

The license plate number is 608-AXW.

Bray has blond hair, blue eyes and is 5'2" and weighs about 95 pounds.

If you have seen Bray or spot the truck, call the OSBI at 1-800-522-8017.

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