New lead in search for Tulsa woman who disappeared in 2006
"There's no end. It will be with me until the day I die. I just wanna know where my baby is," Edna Grayson told KJRH.
Edna Grayson has been searching for her daughter, Tina Pitts, ever since she disappeared back in November 2006 -- and now, there might be a new lead in Pitts' disappearance.
KJRH reports a note was left at Grayson's house on June 17.
"The note said to look under the newer part of the 'Shields guy shop on Apache.' Investigators suspect the note is referring to this building that was once an auto shop ran by Allen Shields," a KJRH reporter said.
Allen Shields has quite the rap sheet.
Shields killed himself in 2011, after local police say he'd taken hostage the daughter of his former girlfriend. At the time of his death, police suspected he was involved in the disappearance of another woman who was also previously romantically involved with Shields.
KJRH reports Pitts had actually known Shields through her ex-boyfriend.