Ohio mom of 4 girls missing, phone last pinged in Tennessee | wtol.com Genoa police are sharing a missing person flyer and asking for the public's help in finding a 34-year-old mother of four who has been missing since about April 14. Amber Eichner of Genoa, who is about 5'10" tall, approx 160 pounds and has dirty blonde hair and blue-green eyes, went missing between April 14-17. Amber has full custody of her four girls. Her estranged husband dropped off the girls at a family member's home in TN on April 21. On April 23, Amber's cell phone pinged a tower in Cleveland TN, at 1:45 p.m. and on a tower west of Cleveland TN, at 3:30 p.m. Her family has filed a report and is concerned about her well-being. On Tuesday, Ottawa County Sheriff Steve Levorchick said that Genoa police asked the sheriff’s office to take lead on the investigation Monday night around 7 p.m. This is still an active missing persons case, Levorchick said. The Sheriff's Dept is following leads and working with Ohio BCI and the FBI. Agents with the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation were at Eichner's residence on Monday. Blue lights were seen being shone inside the residence Monday night. Possible vehicles that Eichner may be traveling in include a 2002 red crew-cab Dodge Dakota pickup with Ohio tags or a 1995 green Chevy Suburban with Tennessee tags 2S1-4H7. The green Suburban has the name of a boat company on both back side windows. The hood is a different shade of green than the rest of the truck. If you have any information on Eichner's disappearance, call Chief Matthew Herrig or Sgt. Mocniak with the Genoa Police Department at 419-855-7717.