Pine Bluff police seek help in finding missing woman

The Pine Bluff Police Department is asking for help in finding Brittany Littledave, a 29-year-old Native American female, who has been missing since April 21.

The police issued a press release Wednesday asking for the public’s help in finding Littledave, who was last seen April 21 at 3519 W. Third Ave. in Pine Bluff. At that time she was wearing black sweat pants, black flip-flop shoes and a pink shirt, police Sgt. David De Foor said.

Littledave is about 5 feet 2 inches tall and about 195 pounds. She has brown eyes and black hair, which she wears in a pony tail. She has a light complexion and has a tattoo of birds and flowers on her upper right arm, De Foor said.

Littledave moved in with a family member about a month ago. At about 8:45 p.m. April 21, she asked the family member to watch her children while she went out to eat with a friend. Littledave was picked up by an unknown person driving a red truck or van and hasn’t been seen since.

All attempts by family and police to contact Littledave have failed, De Foor said.

Anyone who has information about Littledave’s location is asked to call the Pine Bluff Police Detective Office at 870-730-2090 or the dispatch center at 870-541-5300. Also subscribers or followers of the following social media outlets can also access and share the information at:

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