Grayson County woman missing since February

GRAYSON COUNTY, Tex. (KXII) - It's been 23 days since a Grayson County woman was last seen.

Helen, who goes by Ashley, Hamm's family is hoping even an arrest could answer their prayers.

Her sister said her whole family has been worried for weeks.

They haven't heard from her since before the day she went missing in February.

"My babies miss you, we miss you. We want you home," said Hamm's sister, who wanted to remain anonymous for her family's safety.

Hamm was living with Freeman and her family before she went missing on February 17.

"We're best friends. Ashley and I, like I like to say, we're peanut butter and jelly," she said.

She said it's been an emotional roller coaster.

"Is she okay, is she not okay?" she said.

Fannin County Sheriff Mark Johnson said the 35-year-old was last seen near Leonard.

In Grayson County, Hamm has felony warrants for possessing and intending to deliver meth and failure to appear in court.

She's on Grayson's top five most wanted list.

"If that means we locate her because she's a missing person, or we locate her because she has a felony warrant, at least her family knows that she's safe," said Grayson County Sheriff's Office Capt. Sarah Bigham.

"And for her just to be gone, I mean it's heartbreaking. It's tearing us all apart," Hamm's sister said.

She said Hamm's phone goes straight to voicemail, and she hasn't posted anything on social media.

She's concerned because Hamm has severe Type 1 diabetes, and as far as she know, is without insulin.

"That's the hardest part is not knowing whether you're going to get that call one day," she said.

North Texas Crime Stoppers is offering an up to $5,000 reward for information.

Hamm's family is offering $2,000 for information that leads to her being found.