Family and friends of a missing Virginia Beach woman are concerned about her safety. 43-year-old Brianna Armstrong was last heard from Thursday night via text message to confirm an appointment at work.
Armstrong works at 'Knuckles and Knots' in Chesapeake as a massage therapist. When she didn't show up for work Friday, her co-workers immediately knew something was wrong.
"This is extremely unlike her. She's always picking up shifts for people. She loves work, and for her to not show up, it's just not like her," said her co-worker Amy Spurgeon.
Armstrong's husband, Corey Creek filed a missing persons report in Virginia Beach. Creek says the two have had their share of problems, but he has never gone a long period of time without hearing from her. "It's inconsistent and ut of character for her to set something up and just not show up," said Creek.
Armstrong went back and forth between living in Virginia Beach and Chesapeake. Thursday, she told her father, who lives in Florida, she was planning to stay at a friends house in Virginia Beach that night. It's unclear exactly who that friend is, or if she ever made it.
Armstrong's 2010 Nissan Sentra is also missing. It is silver, with the license plate XKZ-9583. Virginia Beach police say they are tracking down leads to find her whereabouts. They tell 13News Now at this point they don't suspect any foul play.
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