TULSA, Okla. — UPDATE: According to the Osage County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page, Dukelberger has been found. Around 11 p.m., on Nov. 25, a homeowner called Osage County Sheriff’s Office to report a crime.
Deputies responded and found the farmhouse and an outbuilding had been broken into and the homeowners’ vehicle had been moved. Deputies located Izabella Dunkelberger inside the residence.
Investigators are currently on scene assessing the situation.
The Osage County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank everyone that helped in the search.
Osage County Sheriffs are asking the public’s help in locating a missing 27-year-old woman called Izabella Dunkelberger.
On the evening of Nov. 24 deputies responded to a call for service for a woman matching Dunkelberger’s description and seemed to be suffering from mental distress. However, she was unable to be located. It was believed that she had already left the area.
Dunkelberger is believed to live in the Muskogee area and may have recently traveled to or returned from the Van Buren, Arkansas area.
Her intent and direction of travel is not known. She had recently told a family member that she was traveling to Tulsa, Las Vegas, or even the State of Kansas.
Dunkelberger’s silver 2012 Toyota Corolla was found damaged and abandoned in a field near Foraker, Okla. on the morning of Nov. 25.
She may be traveling with her dark gray cat as her traveling companion.
Several agencies have been searching for the missing woman, both by land and air.
Anyone with information that can lead to locating Dunkelberger is asked to contact Osage County Dispatch at, 918-287-3131.
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