Norman Police Seeking Assistance in Locating Missing Persons

Date of Press Release: 
Thu, 06/21/2018
Press Release By: 
Captain Brent Barbour

UPDATE: Elizabeth and Kyle Tevault have been located in south Texas. Neither were in need of any Law Enforcement assistance. The Norman Police department wishes to thank everyone who assisted in their being located. No further information is available at this time and no further updates are anticipated. 

ORIGINAL RELEASE: On June 20, 2018, Norman Police Department received a report of a missing, possibly endangered, person.  Family members of Elizabeth Tevault reported they had not heard from her since the early evening of June 18, 2018.  Family members are concerned for Elizabeth’s safety due to recent medical issues.   Elizabeth may be with her husband, Kyle Tevault, who was reported missing on June 20, 2018, by his family.  Kyle’s family is concerned due to Kyle’s recent legal issues and is afraid he may be severely depressed.  Elizabeth and Kyle may be traveling in Kyle’s 2006 white Nissan Xterra.  The vehicles Oklahoma tag number is DTG094. The vehicle is reported to have a broken windshield and the numbers “29-34” in white on the driver’s side rear window.  They may still be in the Oklahoma City metro area but Norman Police Department has received information the vehicle was seen at about 1:30pm on June 20, 2018, in the Georgetown, Texas area.  Family members of Elizabeth and Kyle Tevault are concerned for their welfare and would like to speak to them to ensure they are safe.  If you see Elizabeth, Kyle or the vehicle please contact your local law enforcement agency.