Family fears for missing Allegan County woman

Posted at 3:41 PM, Mar 14, 2017

ALLEGAN, Mich. - Detectives are looking for help in finding a missing Allegan County woman.

Family tells FOX 17 that Amy Harker, 47, was last seen Saturday in Paw Paw. Her oldest daughter, Kaylyn Harker, says the last few days have been a blur since her mother's disappearance, describing the last time she heard from her on Sunday.

"I texted her and she replied with some really long, unsettling text messages that didn't sit right with me," Kaylyn said. "It sounded like a goodbye. She said she has to do something while she still has time, but she didn't say what or where she was going, or what she was doing."

Amy Harker is a mother of four. Kaylyn says police told her they pinged her phone somewhere in Kentucky, but her phone has been switched off since.

Amy Harker, courtesy photo.

She may be driving in a black Ford Focus with the Michigan plate 'CLD 6945.'

Family members tell investigators that Amy has medical concerns and they are worried for her welfare.

Anyone with information about her, call Allegan County Sheriff Detective Mark Lytle at 269-673-0500 ext. 4286 or Silent Observer at 1-800-554-3633.