Missing: Molly Miller
Missing From: Wilson, Oklahoma
Missing Date: July 08 2013
Race: White/American Indian (Biracial) Sex: Female
Age at Time Missing: 17 years old
Weight: 95 lbs
Hair Color: Black (dyed)
Hair Style: Shoulder Length
Tattoos/Piercings/Other: Bottom lip pierced
Police Agency: Wilson Police Department at 580-668-2136, NCMEC at 800-The-Lost, or your local police.
Case Number: 13-07182 NamUs # 21610
Molly Miller has been missing since July 8th 2013. She was last known to be in a 2012 Honda Accord with Colt Haynes (also missing) and another young man. On the night of July 07, 2013, the trio were in Wilson, Oklahoma at approx. 10:30 P.M. at which point the young male (not Colt Haynes) instigated a chase with Wilson Police when he did a doughnut right in front of an officer. The chase proceeded to County Line Road where Love County picked up pursuit. The pursuit continued on to Long Hollow Road where officers were advised to block off Long Hollow Road, which is a dead end road. Love County says they were dusted out and lost sight of the car. Had they continued to the end they would have caught them since there is a gate that they would have had to stop and open to continue on. The car was found 2 weeks later, in a field near where the pursuit ended. At 12:57 a.m. Molly called 911, it was a 5 second phone call. Dispatch called her right back with no response. No one was ever dispatched to the area to check out the 911 call. The 911 call came in to Marietta dispatch. Her family states her phone pinged off towers between Pike and Long Hollow Rd. A lot of unanswered questions and the biggest is , where is Molly? Colt Haynes also remains missing, as well.