THE WOODLANDS -- A mother, her boyfriend and her 5-year-old daughter have been missing since Christmas night, prompting searchers to fan out over The Woodlands area and investigators to call for the public’s help.
Amanda Kay Jindra, 34, along with her daughter, Haley Vilvew, and her boyfriend, Adrian Buckner-Brown, 20, were last seen Tuesday evening in her SUV.
Their relatives have told searchers they’re worried because they regularly talk with family members.
“One of our members was actually with the father this morning and he’s certainly concerned,” said Tim Miller, the founder of Texas Equusearch, a volunteer group that coordinates searches for missing people. “He’s thinking that they possibly drove off the road somewhere in a wooded area or possibly even drove off in some water somewhere. He said it’s certainly not like his daughter to do anything like this.”
Volunteers drove around the area where Jindra lives, hoping to spot her SUV parked in a lot or on a street. Investigators said she was driving a gray 2011 Mitsubishi Outlander bearing Texas license plate number DM2 B06.
Searchers speculated that investigators might use cell phone records for signs of where the missing people went after their disappearance.
Nothing specifically indicates foul play, authorities said, except for the fact that the missing people haven’t contacted friends or relatives in days.
Anyone with information on the case is asked to call the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, either through the detective’s office at 936-760-5800 or the dispatch office at 936-760-5876, or the Montgomery County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-392-STOP.