ORLANDO, Fla. —The search for a mother who has been missing since the beginning of the month continues on Wednesday.
Carline Brumaire Jean was last seen Feb. 9 leaving her work at the Royal Pacific Hotel near Universal.
The Orange County Sheriff's Office helicopter flew over two lakes near Universal on Tuesday, but according to intelligence, they said it's unlikely her body is in water.
Volunteers from the local Haitian community posted fliers in hopes of finding Jean, who has been missing for 18 days.
The group flooded Americana Plaza in Orange County, and according to Jean's husband her 7-year-old son keeps asking where his mom is.
"He's really misses her," said Jean's husband, Enel Brumaire Jean. "We tell we don't see her. We don't know what's going on."
The 39-year-old housekeeper was last seen driving away from work around 4:20 p.m.
"The first two weeks, I drive like crazy seeing if I can find her car anywhere," said Enel Brumaire Jean. "She's my truly love."
She was in a dark red Toyota Camry, tag number I58-PYF.
Carline Brumaire Jean had only lived in Orlando a little more than a year, and it was only her third time driving alone.
Supporters are holding a prayer vigil Wednesday night for Brumaire Jean at a lake on Turkey Lake Road. They're praying she comes home safely.