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Woman missing in Cherokee

Tonya Tolliver Tonya Tolliver

UPDATE, March 29: Both Tonya and Tracy Tolliver have been located, and they are safe.

On Monday, March 14, at approximately 11:30 p.m., officers with the Cherokee Indian Police Department responded to a disturbance call at a gravel parking lot near the casino. During that time, CIPD officers had an interaction with Tonya and her husband, Tracy Tolliver.

Since the disturbance Tonya’s family has not heard from her and her cell phone has been turned off. Both Tonya and her husband are believed to be camping in Cherokee and have no known mode of transportation. Tonya was reported missing to CIPD on Thursday, March 24.

Tonya is described as a white female, approximately 5 feet 6 inches, approximately 230 pounds with brown hair, green eyes, and two bottom lip piercings.

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Tracy Tolliver

If you have any information about Tonya’s whereabouts, please contact Detective Jesse Ramirez at Cherokee Police Department 828-359-6633 or EBCI Public Safety Communications Center at 828-497-4131.

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