EUFAULA, Okla. – The search continues in Eufaula as OSBI and local authorities group together to find the woman who went missing right before the holiday season.
The young nurse and mother, Peggy McGuire, 28, went missing right before Thanksgiving.
McGuire’s family says she vanished not long after dropping her son off at school. Now, OSBI is working to enhance a number of surveillance videos of her truck that were captured after she disappeared.
Family members and Bridging the Gap volunteers worked together during the holiday week to find clues to her whereabouts but say they were unable to find anything.
At first the command post for the search was the Stidam Community Center but now that location is closing and volunteers are left to look for a new location.
Over the weekend McGuire's coworkers at Wellington Hills Living and Rehabilitation facility sold baked good and raised more than $2,000 to fund the volunteer search effort. The owners of the facility have also pledged a $15,000 reward for information in the case.
"We are all friends. We all hang out together. Peggy was kind of special. The residents loved her. They even have her fliers hanging on their doors,” said McGuire’s coworker, Cindy Paschen.
Anyone with information that can help find Peggy is asked to call OSBI or the McIntosh County Sheriff's Office.
If you would like to help volunteers find a new headquarters, you can post your ideas the group's Facebook page: "Bring Peggy Home!!!"
So far the Facebook group has more than 4,600 members.
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