GODFREY - Amanda Cunningham, 36, has been reported missing and it is being investigated by the Madison County Sheriff's Office.

Amanda CunninghamCunningham was determined missing on Friday, Nov. 17, 2023, and has not been heard from since, her family said this morning, Monday, Nov. 20, 2023.

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Mary Delp said the family searched around East Alton, Alton, Godfrey and Wood River and the area at hotels, convenience stores and more and did not find any clues on her whereabouts. She said it is not a common behavior for Amanda to be gone for this long of a period.

Madison County Sheriff's Office Chief Deputy Marcos Pulido said the sheriff's office has been investigating the case and deputies spent time in a search for her over the weekend, but nothing has been discovered yet.

Delp added the following: "She moves around a lot, I'd say Godfrey, Meadowbrook, Alton and Collinsville areas in the last year. She also wears wigs and changes her look often. She has a very recognizable rosary tattoo covering one hand. Her natural hair color is red and it is cut short. She is 5'5" tall and weighs about 160 pounds."

Pulido encouraged anyone with any information about Amanda to contact the Madison County Sheriff's Office at (618) 692-6087.

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