Alaska State Troopers are looking for an Eagle River woman who went missing from Fairbanks last week.

Shanna Oman, 39, was last seen about 3 a.m. on Monday, June 3, leaving a residence off McGrath Road in Fairbanks, an online dispatch stated.

The person who lived at that residence said he was supposed to give Oman a ride back to Eagle River, but he assumed she had made other arrangements. Oman’s roommate in Eagle River called him and said Oman had never returned home, according to the dispatch.

“On [Wednesday, June 12] patrol obtained information that Oman had been at a cabin near 23 mile Chena Hot Springs Road,” troopers wrote. “Troopers responded and confirmed Oman was there but walked away from the cabin on [Tuesday, June 4].”

Troopers searched the property surrounding the cabin. A trooper helicopter, as well as search and rescue dogs, also checked the area but no signs of Oman have been found.

Her cell phone last pinged near mile 17 of Chena Hot Springs Road on June 4, troopers say.

A missing person bulletin released by troopers describes Oman as 5-foot-7, 120 pounds with strawberry blond hair and blue eyes.

Anyone who has had contact with her or knows any information is asked to call Alaska State Troopers in Fairbanks at 907-451-5100 and reference incident AK19037617.

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