GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Grand Rapids police are searching for a missing woman who may be in danger.
Tekeyta Teasley, 43, hasn’t been seen since 1 a.m. Wednesday and police say her last phone activity includes texts to numerous people around 7 a.m. that morning.
Teasley’s vehicle was found Wednesday afternoon on Monroe Avenue near Newberry Street. On Thursday, police found her cellphone in the same area.
Police say she has recently expressed unhappiness and stress in her life and are concerned she may be in danger.
She is described as standing 5-foot-2, weighing 105 pounds and having tattoos on her forearm and shoulder. A description of what she was last seen wearing wasn’t available.
Anyone with information is asked to call 911, Silent Observer at 616-774-2345 or one of the investigators on the case:
- Sgt. John Purlee at 616-456-3343 or 616-4223689
- Detective Eric Gizzi at 616-456-4483 or 269-506-4963
- Detective Dave Kadzban at 616-456-4151 or 616-379-1428