LAWTON, Okla. (AP) - An Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation
agent says the search for a missing 7-year-old girl and her
suspected kidnapper is unlike any he's ever been on.
Authorities are searching for 7-year-old Aja (AY'-zhuh) Johnson
and 46-year-old Lester Hobbs.
OSBI agent Richard Goss says he's never seen two people and a
car so completely disappear.
Hobbs is wanted for murder in the beating death of his estranged
wife - Tonya Hobbs - and for kidnapping of the girl - who is Tonya
Hobbs' daughter. Tonya Hobbs was found dead Jan. 24 in Geronimo and Lester Hobbs and the girl haven't been seen since.
Goss says there have been no legitimate sightings of the car -
which he calls "the elephant" in the search.
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