UPDATE: At an afternoon news conference Martin County Sheriff William Snyder said deputies are investigating three possibilities in the search for a missing Martin County mother:
1) She left and does not want to be found
2) She left and somehow became injured
3) Foul play
— Michelle Quesada (@M_Quesada) April 29, 2016
5:14pm, Sheriff Snyder joins volunteers to pass out flyers about missing Hobe Sound mother, 30-yr old Tricia Todd. pic.twitter.com/88hONCRpSc
— MartinCountySheriff (@MartinFLSheriff) April 29, 2016
The search for 30-year-old Tricia Todd of Hobe Sound is intensifying.
The young mother hasn't been seen since Monday night. The Martin County Sheriff's Office says Todd's car was found in her neighbor's driveway Wednesday.
The keys were in the ignition, her purse was in the car but her wallet and cellphone were missing.
The Martin County sheriff is calling Todd's disappearance suspicious.
The sheriff's office set up a mobile command center outside of a water treatment plant near Dixie Highway and Water Street in Hobe Sound on Thursday night.
A spokesperson for the sheriff's office says they chose the location because it's in the center of a large area of woods where Tricia liked to walk according to the Todd family.
The sheriff's office is searching the woods by air with a helicopter equipped with a heat seeking camera and by ground with several ATVs.
Detectives and volunteers spent hours earlier on Thursday combing Todd's neighborhood for any sign of her and posting missing person flyers.
One of Tricia's seven brothers, Nathan Todd, believes something has to be wrong because she didn't pick up her 2-year-old daughter from the child's father Wednesday morning as scheduled.
"You could put a hurricane through her, she would (still) go pick up her daughter," Nathan said Thursday afternoon as teams searched the neighborhood around the home where Tricia lives with another one of her brothers off of Federal Highway.
"How concerned are you at this point?" asked NewsChannel 5's Jared Werksma. "Well, I'm very concerned. You know we don't know if she's alive or dead," answered her father David Todd.
The Martin County Sheriff's Office says it is searching her car for any evidence that may lead them to her. Detectives are also working with phone companies to try and locate Tricia's cellphone.
The sheriff says the coordinated search by land and air for Tricia Todd will continue through the night and day Friday unless she's found.