Investigators in McCurtain County are trying to find out why a woman mysteriously disappeared in January.
56-year-old Roxie Faizy has been missing for more than six weeks. Her family is offering a $10,000 reward for information that will lead them to her.
She was last seen on Friday, February 25.
“I saw her in the morning before I left to go out and work, and that was the last time I saw her,” said her fiance, Brian McMahon. When he got home late that night, she wasn’t there and didn’t answer her phone.
Law enforcement tracked Faizy’s steps that day. At one point, she received a warning from Broken Bow police for speeding. An officer’s body cam footage captured her on video.
“She didn’t look like she was in distress, she looked normal,” said McCurtain County Detective Devin Black, who said he’s spent hundreds of hours on Faizy’s case. “She vanished. This day and age, it’s hard to just absolutely vanish.”
Faizy also visited a local tanning salon the day she disappeared.
“They were saying how she was excited about an upcoming trip to Fiji,” Black said.
But Faizy never took the trip. She also hasn’t checked her email or used her phone.
“Everything leads up to January 25th, is the last day she was using that device. The last call that was made, that there was a connection, was approximately 4:05 p.m. and it hit a tower, or pinged off a tower in Broken Bow,” Black said.
Roxie Faizy is 5 feet 3 inches tall and weighs about 130 pounds. She has a palm tree and anchor tattoo on her leg.
If you have any information about where she is, contact Detective Devin Black at the McCurtain County Sheriff’s Office at (580) 286-3331.