Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance
Details of Disappearance
Molly Miller was last seen on July 2, 2013, in Wilson, Oklahoma. She was last know to be in a 2012 Honda Accord with her boyfriend Colt Haynes, who is also missing, and Con Nipp. Miller was 17 at the time and Haynes was 21. Miller has run away in the past and Haynes has been on probation for a methamphetamine offense.
They were passengers in a car driven by Nipp, who led Wilson police officers on a high-speed pursuit. The officer pursued the car south to the Love County border, where a Love County sheriff's officer took over the pursuit before eventually losing the vehicle. The chase, according to law enforcement went into Love County and ended on Long Hollow Road. The car was found two weeks later, in a field near where the pursuit ended. No blood or other signs of foul play were found in the car.
At 12:57 a.m Molly called 911, it was a 5 second phone call. Dispatch called her right back with no response. Telephone records show the couple also made several calls to friends, Haynes reportedly told some friends he had broken an ankle and was coughing up blood. Those friends, according to investigators, said that Miller was trying to find a ride.
Conn Nipp was the last person to be seen with Miller and Haynes, but has not been charged in their disappearance. Nipp was arrested for running from police with Miller and Haynes as passengers and is currently serving three separate 10-year prison terms.
Molly Miller and Colt Haynes are now presumed dead. Foul play is suspected.
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
Wilson Police Department
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children