Fennell - also apparently known as Brittiany - was last seen on Saturday, Nov. 11, 2017 around noon. Her children told police that she left in a truck that is possibly owned by a man named “George.” She does not have her cell phone.

More information has been released about the disappearance of a Rolla woman from Miller County.

A missing poster issued by the Missouri State Highway Patrol provides more details about Michelle Lee Fennell. The 45-year-old is considered endangered by law enforcement, according to the poster.

Fennell - also apparently known as Brittiany - was last seen on Saturday, Nov. 11, 2017 around noon. Her children told police that she left in a truck that is possibly owned by a man named “George.” She does not have her cell phone.

No description of the truck or Fennell’s clothing is available.

Fennell’s ears are pierced, two on the left and one on the right, according to the poster. She also has a scar on her left hand and a tattoo on her right thigh of a vampire bite that is black and red in color. She is a white female with brown hair and brown eyes. She stands 5’3” tall and weighs around 110 pounds.

Contact the Miller County Sheriff’s Office with any information on Michelle Fennell’s whereabouts at tips@millercountysheriff.com or call 573-369-2341. Tips may be made anonymously.