[Missing: Catherine Copley, 29 - Altoona, Pennsylvania]
A 29 year old woman from Altoona has been missing for three days. Now, her parents are asking the community for help.
Catherine Copley left her home on Thursday night -- and hasn't been seen since. That night she texted her husband that she was going to visit a friend. She left her cell phone and wallet at home and never came back.
Copley's mother, Catherine Boob, said, "She never went anywhere without her phone that, in her mind, she was going to return home and I haven't seen her since of heard of her since."
Copley and her mother had plans on Friday -- and when Copley didn't show up, her family knew something was wrong.
"Any state wherever she's at, I would go get her and I know her children are missing her right about now too," said Boob.
Copley was last seen getting into a car on 4th Ave.and Crawford Ave. in Altoona around 10 p.m.. on Thursday night. This mysterious disappearance has left her family with many questions.
"I just want to know if she's safe and sound," Boob said.
Catherine's parents have been handing out signs and hanging them up -- asking if people have any information to give them a call.
Her family says they've been in touch with police and they're interviewing everyone Copley has recently been in contact with.
As for her family, they're not giving up hope.
"Cathy please come home I love you and we're all worried about you, please give us a call or something, let us know that you're okay. And we always are there for you," said Boob.
Copley is described as around five feet tall with brown hair. She was last seen wearing a hoodie and sweatpants.
Anyone with information is asked to call police or the family at 814 - 515 - 5481.
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