PONTIAC Police are looking for information about a 38-year-old Pontiac woman who did not return home after a night out with her friends on Friday.
Pontiac Police Department Maj. Hugh Roop said there are "odd circumstances" surrounding the disappearance of Jennifer K. Broyles, but foul play currently is not suspected.
Roop would not comment on specific details of the investigation, including the location of the woman's car.
The Pontiac woman lives with her children and police have been talking with them as well as Broyles' mother and sister. Family members told police Broyles was not having family problems.
Broyles, a server at Baby Bull's restaurant, was last seen by friends around 10 p.m. Friday at Exit 197 Bar, 952 W. Reynolds St., Pontiac. The group was at Custer's Last Stand on Custer Avenue before moving to Exit 197 Bar.
Her family reported her missing Saturday night.
Roop said it is "uncharacteristic of her to be gone."
Roop is asking anyone who saw her on Friday or may know her whereabouts to contact his department.
Broyles is 38 and is 5 feet 2 inches tall. She weighs 105 pounds and has black hair and brown eyes. She last was seen wearing an off-white coat, blue jeans and white tennis shoes.
On Sunday, police interviewed Broyles' friends and workers at both bars. They conducted more interviews on Monday and are reviewing video tapes from both bars.
Authorities have used a dog to search the area of the bar where Broyles was last seen and have checked with local motels and hospitals.