April McCaslin, 48, has not had contact with her family since April 6, 2012. She suffers from a mental illness and is not currently taking her medications.
TULSA - The pictures and memories are all April McCaslin's family has left. "She was very athletic. She liked to ride a bicycle. She ran," said Tom McCaslin, April's father. But the gifted athlete also faced some challenges. April was Bipolar. "She could be extremely nice or she could be argumentative," said McCaslin. A personality that may have lead to her doom.
Her father says April moved from house to house, living with several different people. He believes she rubbed one of them the wrong way. "She made a statement over the phone and said they're messing with me. And I didn't know where she was," said McCaslin. That's the last time he spoke with his daughter.
RELATED: Police search for missing woman (http://bit.ly/18NbsCO) In April 2012, April vanished. "She just disappeared," he said. It's something April has done before, but this time her father says it feels different.
RELATED: Search for missing, endangered woman continues (http://bit.ly/15w5ftA) Tulsa police tried to track her money trail since she vanished police say someone attempted to use her credit card only once at a Tulsa business. Unfortunately, that didn't create any new leads. "By the time we found out, there wasn't any video that we could go back and pull," said Officer Jill Roberson, Tulsa Police Department spokeswoman. Before she disappeared, April loved jogging on Tulsa's river trails but there's been no sign of her there either. "For her to just disappear like she did is a real concern for us," said Roberson. Tulsa police interviewed people April lived with and also checked with mental health facilities throughout the region -- all with no luck.
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"In my opinion, something drastic has happened to her," said her father. April was 48 years old when she disappeared. If you know anything about April's disappearance call Crime Stoppers at (918) 596-COPS. You may remain anonymous. Crime Stoppers does not want your name, just your information. Tips could result in a reward of up to $1,500. MORE CRIME STOPPERS ALERTS
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