A renewed plea is issued from Columbus police and family members of a missing 26-year-old mother.
Two months have now passed since Shaniece Briggs walked out of her home and disappeared, leaving her four young children behind.
"I wonder every day, is she OK?” said Melissa Williams, Shaniece’s mother, as she broke down in tears.
She says every passing day gets harder and harder not knowing what happened to her daughter.
"It's like she vanished without a trace,” Melissa said. “I'm not understanding it. It's been too long. She’s not been in touch with nobody."
Police say Shaniece was in her East Long Street apartment June 18 with her four young children, and to her family, nothing seemed out of the ordinary.
Then about 1 the next morning, she suddenly left through the back door with just her wallet, keys and phone.
“We've been calling her phone, and it's going straight to voicemail," said Williams.
Columbus police collected evidence at Shaniece's apartment this past weekend but found nothing unusual.
Missing Persons Detective Robin Tucker says there has been no activity on Shaniece's financial accounts, either.
"It seems to be at this time, suspicious," Tucker said.
Neighbors said they also are concerned.
“I never saw this coming, never saw this coming," said Tameka Patterson.
She and Carl Johnson live next door to Shaniece and helped pass out fliers right after her disappearance.
"I'm thinking something happened, because she's not going to stay away from those babies," Patterson added.
Since her disappearance, Shaniece's daughter, Da'Love, turned 1.
And her son Kyle graduated from kindergarten -- things Shaniece’s mom says she'd never miss.
"That's when I started getting worried," Williams said. "She's a wonderful mother, wonderful."
Melissa just hopes anyone with information comes forward.
"We keep praying that she comes home safe, and we have some kind of peace and closure," Williams added.
Police say there are no suspects in Shaniece Briggs' disappearance.
Anyone with tips about what happened to her is asked to call the Columbus police department at 614-645-4624.
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