Denison Police said one woman is safe but the whereabouts of another is still unknown after the department opened two separate missing person investigations this week.


Lt. Mike Eppler said Bekki Lynn Foster, 34, was reported missing on Monday after her mother had been unable to contact her during the previous five days. Eppler said, within a matter of hours, Foster and her mother had reached one another by phone, assuaging her family’s concerns.


“Mom said that Bekki had called in the evening hours, late on the 3rd and she was fine,” Eppler said. “She doesn’t consider her missing anymore. Didn’t say where she was, but she’s satisfied that she’s fine.”


But the search continues for 27-year-old Heather Michelle Daniel, who was reported missing on Tuesday. Eppler said Daniel was last heard from on Nov. 25 when she borrowed her mother’s vehicle. Daniel may be staying in the Pottsboro area and may be driving the same vehicle — a green 2004 Ford Explorer with the license plate FZJ-7205.


“Nobody has been able to contact her, but we don’t have any reason, right now, to believe that she’s in any type of imminent danger,” Eppler said.


The Grayson County Sheriff’s Office provided the Herald Democrat with a 2017 photo of Daniel. No other photos of Daniel were immediately available Wednesday.


Eppler encouraged Daniel to reach out to her family and law enforcement, if possible, and also called on members of the public to keep an eye out for the missing woman.


“We just hope she’ll call and let her mother know she’s OK and let us know that she’s okay, as well,” Eppler said of Daniel. “And if anyone has any information on her, please call the police department.”


The Denison Police Department can be reached by calling 903-465-2422.