The Hope Police Department is still looking into the case of Madeline Tomlin, a 25-year-old mother of two who vanished in 2015.
Despite the fact that Madeline’s sister thinks she might not be alive, her whereabouts remain unclear. 25-year-old Madeline Tomlin vanished from the 300 block of Avenue D in Hope, Arkansas, on May 19, 2015.
She was described as a Caucasian female, 5’5″ tall, 115 lbs, with reddish-brown hair and green eyes who was born on June 20, 1989.
Madeline’s family claims that she was last spotted climbing into a 2000 gold or tan single-cab Chevrolet pickup truck.
The day of her disappearance
Madeline was dressed in light blue cotton slacks, a white or cream-colored shirt, and flip-flops on the day of her disappearance.
She also had other tattoos, including a flower with the word “cash” on it and a butterfly on her right ankle, a horseshoe on her shoulder, a rose on her hip and a heart on her hip.
She also has a burn mark on her right thumb and had pierced ears. Madeline’s family called the Hope Police Department to report her missing and Never Forgotten Arkansas Takes Action has her case listed under case number 20151318.
After almost a year, her family offered a $7,000 reward for information leading to a conviction.
According to Madeline’s sister, Miranda Tomlin, it seems improbable that Madeline would go this long without getting in touch with her loved ones.
By stating, “Just knowing the kind of person she was, she is not the type of person to stay gone like this without contacting anyone,” Miranda further stated that she had reasons to think that her sister was not still alive.
The Hope Police Department or one’s local police department is requested to receive any information regarding Madeline’s whereabouts. We hope that any clues may lead to Madeline’s location and provide some closure for her family.