BRUNSWICK, Ga. -- The friends and family of Amber Whited are hitting the streets and organizing search parties as they try to locate the 22-year-old Brunswick woman, who has been missing since Tuesday.
Dozens of people, including some of Whited's best friends, have spent Thursday canvassing the area, passing out flyers. Some of them are the same people who found her car deserted Wednesday.
"This is family, this is what family does, this is the meaning of family," said Whited's aunt Martha Allen.
Allen is desperate to find her niece and has been searching the Brunswick area for the last 48 hours in hopes of locating the missing mother of two. On Thursday, about 50 family and friends passed out flyers with Amber's picture and information, even going door to door asking anyone for information.
"We just want her home, we'll forgive you just bring her home drop her off, we don't care and won't ask questions," Allen said.
Whited's friends turned their cars into moving billboards in hopes someone will find the 22-year-old that the Glynn County Police Department said went missing under "suspicious circumstances."
Whited's car was found Wednesday in the 3100 block of Martin Luther King Boulevard, one day after she was last seen leaving the Harley-Davidson store on Perry Lane where she works for a short lunch break.
"The antenna is broken, there's leaves in the window, like it was just ditched. The front was busted up, she has white and pink flowers, 6 flowers, there's only 1 flower left," said best friend Donnie Mosley.
Glynn County Police tell First Coast News they are actively searching, some of the detectives even stopping by Thursday's gathering to talk to Whited's friends.
Allen said she's holding out hope because of amber's two daughters, three-year-old Bailey Marie and one-year-old Harmony Faith, who just celebrated her birthday without her mother.
If you have any information on Whited's whereabouts, call Glynn County Police at (912) 554-3645, (912) 554-7802 or Silent Witness at (912) 264-1333.
First Coast News