The search continues for a missing Louisiana State University student who hasn’t been seen in nearly two months.
According to the Shreveport Police Department, 22-year-old Savannah Hale was last seen on May 4 in downtown Shreveport.
“I know my sister. We’re best friends. Like we’ve been close forever, our who lives and she wouldn’t just pick up and leave,” Savannah’s sister, Kirsten Hale, told NBC 6.
Kirstin added that she received a call from Savannah at around 6:08 p.m. on May 4, but missed the call and never heard from her again. Kristin said she went to her sister’s house, who had been living with a boyfriend for a little over a month, but she wasn’t home and her boyfriend said he hadn’t heard from her.
“I went to her house and she was not there. Boyfriend [sic] didn’t know where she was. He was drunk and went to sleep and he woke up and she was gone.”
At a little after 7 a.m. on May 4, a security camera in Shreveport, at the Louisiana Tower Parking garage on Travis Street, captured Savannah in her silver 2012 Kia Forte. Around eight minutes prior, she was spotted at a Chevron gas station off of North Market Street.
“I just want to know if she’s okay, that’s all, and that I love her and she’s loved more than anything,” Kirsten said.
Savannah is described as a white female who stands 5-feet-8-inches tall and weighs around 160 pounds. She has silver hair and blue eyes. She was last seen in black leggings, a black hoodie, and black shoes.
Anyone with information about the case is urged to contact Shreveport police at 318-673-7300, extension #3.
For more information, visit the Bring Savannah Hale Home Facebook Page created by her family.
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[Featured image via Shreveport Police]