#MISSING: Keyanta Williams, 39 - Gainsville, FLORIDA

A man is in jail as family members of a missing Gainesville woman search for answers.
39-year-old Keyanta Williams went missing on Monday - on Wednesday her boyfriend was arrested for stealing her car. Sheriffs deputies say she was last seen Monday morning at around five - after coming home from meeting a man in Ocala who she met on a dating site. When she got home, officials say she and her live-in boyfriend, 41-year-old Kelvin Bryant got into an argument.
She told her kids she would go get gas and be back to take them to school, and shortly after Bryant left the home on foot. The two then went missing for days, until Tuesday when officials found Williams' car in Putnam County, at the home of Bryant's sister.
"We don't know where she is, we don't know if this is a case where somebody has went missing because they wanted to, or if there are foul play involved," said ASO Spokesperson Art Forgey.
Bryant was arrested Wednesday for grand theft. Officials said he did not have permission to drive Williams' car and his license was suspended in 2012.
If you have any information regarding Williams' whereabouts, you're urged to call the Alachua County Sheriffs Office at 352-955-1818 or Crime Stoppers at 352-372-7867.
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