DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – The search for a missing Fort Worth woman continued into Friday night without any results.READ MORE: Children's Health Doctor Says COVID-19 Risks Can Be Minimized In Youth Sports
Investigators searched a wooded-area near Sandy Lane Park in East Fort Worth trying to find Typhenie Johnson, who was last seen on Monday.
Her ex-boyfriend, Christopher Revill is in jail accused of her disappearance.
Police made the decision to call off the search Friday night and said it will resume the efforts on Monday. Investigators have been working around the clock for days.READ MORE: Denied Small Business Owners Frustrated As $27B In COVID-19 Relief Remains Unused
The family of Johnson thanked police for their continued efforts and said it was their turn to pitch in to help.
“We know they’ve been exhausted. They’ve been here around the clock. So we know that they’re exhausted. That’s why we’re out here doing our part and we just got to do what we can do,” said Asher Johnson, the suspect’s brother.
The Johnson family plans to meet with reporters on Saturday morning at 10:00 a.m. at the Fort Worth Police East Division Headquarters. After that, family and friends plan to resume their search efforts near the Valero gas station on Trinity Boulevard at 1:00 p.m.MORE NEWS: Demand For Teachers Is Up For Districts Across North Texas
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