Family Searches for 'Amazing' and 'Irreplaceable' Mom Missing in Okla. After Brain Surgery

Dawn Sherrill
Oklahoma City Metro Search and Rescue Dawn Sherrill
The search continues for an Oklahoma woman who recently had brain tumor surgery and last drove from her boyfriend's red pickup truck on Wednesday, July 21, according to ABC subsidiary KOCO.
Family members told NBC subsidiary KFOR that Dawn Sherrill, 55, may be disoriented and authorities said she left her cell phone and wallet behind, KOCO said.
"My mother is an amazing person. She is absolutely irreplaceable," said her son Dylan Sherrill.
In late June, doctors discovered several masses in her brain; One was removed while the other was inoperative, Dylan told KFOR.
Caddo County Sheriff Spencer Davis, whose office was looking for Dawn, told the point of sale, “She's out of her mind right now. We do not take this lightly with their condition. "
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On Wednesday evening, members of Sherrill's family met with the Oklahoma City Metro search and rescue team to plan a 50-mile search on Saturday.
“I'm beyond myself. I'm almost at the point where I can't feel anything, I can't think, I can't process it just not telling us, it's just terrifying, "Dylan told News 9.
"All the different thoughts that go through your head," he says, "and all the different scenarios that could happen."
PEOPLE could not reach Dylan and a message for Caddo County Sheriff Spencer Davis was not returned immediately.
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