Details Of Madeline Tomlin’s Missing Case In Hope, Arkansas 

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The Madeline Tomlin missing case, involving a 25-year-old mother of two who disappeared in 2015, is still being investigated by the Hope Police Department.

Her whereabouts remain unknown despite her sister’s belief that Madeline may not be alive. Madeline Tomlin was a 25-year-old woman who disappeared on May 19, 2015, from the 300 block of Avenue D in Hope, Arkansas.

She was born on June 20, 1989, and was described as a white female, approximately 5’5″ tall, weighing around 115 lbs, with green eyes and reddish-brown hair.

According to her family, Madeline was last seen getting into a gold or tan 2000 single-cab Chevrolet pickup truck.

The day of her disappearance

On the day of her disappearance, Madeline was wearing light blue cotton pants, a white or cream-colored top, and flip-flops.

She also had several tattoos, including a butterfly on her foot, a horseshoe tattoo on her shoulder, a rose and a heart on her hip, and a flower with the word “cash” on her right ankle.

Additionally, her ears were pierced, and she had a burn scar on her right thumb. Madeline’s family reported her missing to the Hope Police Department, and her case is registered with Never Forgotten Arkansas Takes Action under case number 20151318.

After almost a year, her family announced a reward of $7,000 for any information that could help solve the case.

Madeline’s sister, Miranda Tomlin, stated that she believes it is unlikely for Madeline to go this long without contacting her family and friends.

Miranda also expressed that she had reasons to believe that her sister was not alive, saying, “Just knowing the kind of person she was, she is not the type of person to stay gone like this without contacting anyone.”

Anyone with any information about Madeline’s whereabouts is urged to contact the Hope Police Department or their local police department. With any leads, we hope that Madeline can be found and her family can receive some closure.

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