OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – On Dec. 16, 2021, Hannah Cook, 24, went missing in an Oklahoma City parking lot.
Cook’s mother, Gina Cook, expressed that her daughter would not just disappear and feels that something terrible must have happened. (KFOR)
The last known contact Cook had with family was during an accidental video call with her mother on the same day she went missing. The Facetime call occurred at 8:30 p.m.
When Gina asked Cook what she was up to, Cook reportedly negatively referenced a boy. (KFOR)
During the call, Cook was sitting in her vehicle, described as a silver 2002 Honda According, in a Bricktown Bass Pro Shop parking lot.
Cook did not report to work on Friday and has not answered any phone calls.
Cook’s dog was found alone at her apartment.
A police report has been filed with the Oklahoma City Police Department, where they are currently gathering bank and phone record intel.
Cook is approximately 5’7” and has a large rose tattoo on her left thigh. Cook’s hair is dark and naturally curly; she may wear her hair in braids.
Contact Oklahoma Police Department at (405) 297-1000 or her family at (303) 956-2968 with any details.