MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- The clock is now nearing 48 hours since family member say they last saw a Hickory Hill mother of two.
The missing woman is 29-year-old Keila Freeman.
On Wednesday, investigators returned to the home and combed the home, backyard and an SUV parked out front for answers as some of her friends waited outside.
Freeman’s sorority sisters were in front of her home, praying for her safe return.
They said they wouldn't give up until their sister is found and they want to get the word out that she’s missing.
"She wouldn’t just walk away like that," said one.
Off camera relatives and sorority sisters told us Freeman’s disappearance doesn’t add up.
They said Freeman has a young son and daughter that she would have never left behind.
"She loved those kids. I couldn’t see her walking away."
To them, it all seems strange that Freeman’s car was left in her garage along with her debit cards, but she’s nowhere to be found.
"Right now I know it looks bad but as a mother myself I’m still holding out hope," said neighbor Latonya Herman.
Last night our cameras were the only ones rolling as Memphis Police made the call to have a car towed away from the home and taken to the impound.
Freeman’s husband and parents were questioned, but almost 24 hours later, there’s still no sign of the missing daughter, mother and wife.
"If you see something say something. She has a lot of people who are waiting on her to come home."
Freeman's coworkers couldn't go on camera, but said the red flags began to go off when she didn't show up for work on Tuesday.
They said it's not like her to miss work.
Authorities have issued a City Watch Alert for Freeman.
If you know anything, call (901) 528-CASH.