Mugshots Of Suspects In The Case Of Missing Kansas Women Have Been Made Public For The First Time

Mugshots Of Suspects In The Case Of Missing Kansas Women Have Been Made Public For The First Time

Four people were arrested in connection with the missing of two Kansas women who were last seen driving through the Oklahoma Panhandle. Photos of their bookings have been made public.

Four people were arrested on Saturday, according to the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation. They are Tad Bert Cullum, 43, Tifany Machel Adams, 54, Cole Earl Twombly, 50, and Cora Twombly, 44. OSBI said in a press statement that all four were booked into the Texas County Jail on two counts of first-degree murder, two counts of kidnapping, and one count of planning to commit first-degree murder.

Veronica Butler, 27, and Jillian Kelley, 39, were last seen on March 30 going to pick up their kids. Their car was later found abandoned near the border between Oklahoma and Kansas, and police think they may have been robbed.

OSBI said that Butler and Kelley have still not been found.

The Texas County Sheriff’s Office says that Butler has “several tattoos,” including “a Chinese symbol on her left forearm and a sunflower on her left shoulder.” Jilian, on the other hand, has “a butterfly tattoo on her left forearm.”

Butler was last seen wearing a blue short-sleeve shirt and denim shorts. The warning said he was five feet four inches tall, had red hair, and green eyes.

Her eyes are blue and her hair is brown. She was last seen with blue jeans, a long-sleeved shirt, and tan or beige shoes on, the warning said.

The case is still being looked into by the OSBI, with help from the FBI and other local authorities.

Hunter McKee, PR manager for the OSBI, told Fox News Digital on Monday that “it’s becoming more and more challenging” to find the women living as the days go by and there are no signs of them.

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