MISSING: Teen last seen more than a week ago leaving work shortly after midnight, cops say

According to authorities in Michigan, an 18-year-old woman from Leroy has been missing for more than a week.

According to WBCK, the Osceola County Sheriff’s Department indicates Heather O’Kopski was last seen on Saturday as she left her job early Saturday morning.

Since that time, she has reportedly not answered calls, which have gone directly to voicemail.

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Though she is an adult and there was no immediate evidence of foul play, authorities are seeking information about her reported disappearance, as reported by Cadillac News.

“We want to know her whereabouts like everyone else,” said Osceola County Sheriff Justin Halladay.

He noted, however, the difference between a person “missing in the woods, was abducted or is a juvenile” and this case.

“All the evidence we have right now looks like she voluntarily left,” said Undersheriff John Keathly. “It looks like she just packed a bag and left.”

Reports indicate she was last known to be carrying a brown purse, a Victoria’s Secret bag, and her cellphone.

O’Kopski is described as 5 foot 4 inches tall with one blue and one green eye. She weighs between 150 and 160 pounds and has a light skin complexion. She has a tattoo on her right bicep, and though she frequently changes its color, her hair was last known to be orange with blonde tips.

The sheriff’s department is asking anyone with information related to this case to call 231-832-2288.

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[Featured image: Heather O’Kopski, handout]