Christina Rae Davison, 43, was last seen on May 16 in Kilgore. She was reported missing when she failed to show up for work at the Whataburger in Kilgore the next day.
According to Davison's family, her case has moved from a missing person case to an abduction and possible homicide investigation.
"My family has gone through this once before with a cousin of ours that we found murdered, and so we're just reliving this all over again," says Larry Wheeler, one of Christina Davison's brothers.
Davison's family members are praying her story will be different, but they say the circumstances of her disappearance are not comforting.
"Her family is taking it really hard because this is not like Christina to just take off and nobody knows where she's at," says Patrick Sheffield, one of Davison's friends.
"She's really good about contacting or calling somebody. Today's world is social, and if you don't hear from somebody in a couple of hours you start to wonder," says Joshua Wheeler, Davison's youngest brother.
Her family says no one has reported seeing Davison’s Toyota Camry since the day she disappeared. They found her purse on the side of the loop in Marshall, but that’s all they’ve found since she disappeared.
Davison is 5'7", weighs around 180 pounds, and was last seen driving a 1990s model black four-door Toyota Camry with a temporary license plate.
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