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Breaking – Missing/Endangered Woman from Oklahoma Seen in Pike County Ohio


Pike County – Pike County Sheriff’s Office and the Ohio BCI would like to enlist the assistance of the public to help locate a missing adult female from Oklahoma.

On February 27, 2023 the Piketon Police Department received a call about an abandoned vehicle parked at the Sunoco Gas Station on US 23 in Piketon. This vehicle was a Gold 2005 Nissan Altima with an Oklahoma license plate.

The Piketon Police Department ran the tag which returned to a missing/endangered adult female named Alisha Painter. Surveillance footage shows the vehicle pulling into the Sunoco parking lot on February 25, 2023 at 01:47 am. The vehicle parks at the edge of the parking lot.

Around 04:30am, that same morning, a female matching the description of Ms. Painter is seen exiting the vehicle, walking around the parking lot, and then walking in a South/Southeast direction out of the view of the camera. The gas station was closed during this time, so the female was not able to enter the store at any point while parked in the lot. She does not come back onto the Sunoco parking lot after she leaves at any point thereafter.

Investigators with the Pike County Prosecutor’s Office and Piketon Police Department have been gathering information with regards to the contents of the vehicle and additional surveillance footage. However, there is no additional evidence as to the whereabouts of the female from the vehicle.

image capture off the surveillance footage from the morning of February 25, 2023.

The keys were left inside the vehicle, which contained a purse, cash, wigs, and a Straight Talk cell phone box without the phone. No Identification was found. Investigators are working with Straight Talk to get location pings, subscriber information, and any other information about the phone to track the phone and its location.

Alisha Painter is a 41-year-old female, 5’5 with Blond Hair and Brown Eyes. She is known to change her hair color often by wearing wigs. Ms. Painter suffers from dissociative identity disorder(DID). The female in the surveillance video was seen wearing a white jacket and white pants. She appeared to be headed South from the Sunoco Station in Piketon.

Any information is asked to contact the Pike County Sheriff’s Office dispatch at (740)947-2111 Option 1 24/7, the Piketon Police Department (740)289-3102 or the Pike County Prosecutor’s Office (740)947-4323 during regular business hours