ORLANDO, Fla. - The family of a missing Florida woman wants answers.
Michelle Parker's family says police believe the thirty three-year-old mother of three, last seen Thursday, may have been carjacked.
"This isn't a wallet this isn't a purse this is my baby girl. We need to find her we need help from everybody in this community," said her mother Yvonne Stewart.
Her family is asking people to look for Parker's iPhone 4. "It's mainly black with a little bit of white 'Hurley' writing on it," a family member said.
Relatives and friends are looking for anyone who saw Parker's black Hummer near the mall at Millennia Friday afternoon. It was found abandoned in the parking lot of an apartment complex.
"Just because that vehicle has been found, we still want people to remember that hummer. It has glow stickers on it," said Parker's sister Lauren Erickson.
Without evidence of a homicide investigators still believe Michelle is alive.
Authorities have ruled out Parker's ex-boyfriend as a suspect.
Information from CNN/Central Florida News 13
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