UPDATE 12/12/19::: According Savana’s mother, Crissy Schobey, her daughter was located safe earlier today and is now with family. Schobey said she is so thankful to everyone who spread the word and supported her family while they went through the worry and uncertainty about her daughter. “This community, the school and Sheriff’s Department have all been amazing,” Schobey said.
A Hempstead County mother is pleading for her daughter to come home and for any information about where she is after discovering Wednesday morning that she was missing from home.
Hope High School Junior Savana Collins, 18, was last seen by her parents Tuesday night. Her mother, Crissy Schobey, said that they found she was gone Wednesday morning. There was a small amount of Savana’s clothes gone and her phone was left behind.
Crissy said they are back at square one Thursday morning after being told that she was not in De Queen, where they thought she might be. She said she just needs to see her in person and know that she is ok.
Hempstead County Sheriff James Singleton said that they have issued a BOLO and are working with other law enforcement agencies to try to locate Savana.
Crissy and others have been putting information and photos out on social media and asks that you spread the word to get as many eyes out for Savana as possible.
Crissy said names of those with information will not be mentioned. She said they just need their daughter back and to know she is safe.