POLICE are searching for a mother of three who disappeared after she left home in search of mental health treatment.
Marilane Carter, 36, was last seen leaving her Overland Park, Kansas, home late Saturday driving a gray 2011 GMC Acadia SUV en route to visit family in Birmingham, Alabama.
“Ms. Carter has made concerning statement to her family and has not been heard from since later Sunday,” police said in a statement.
Police added that her last telephone contact with relatives put her in the area of Memphis, Tennessee.
Carter’s brother-in-law, Brady McLaughlin, told AL.com that Carter was headed to Alabama in search of mental health counseling.
He added that she may have contacted the University of Alabama at Birmingham Hospital or Grandview Medical Center to arrange that.
The mom has not contacted her family, including her husband, who works as a pastor in Overland Park, since late Sunday.
The couple’s two young sons and daughter are being cared for by family members while husband, Adam Carter, is helping in the search for his wife, the outlet reported.
According to McLaughlin, Carter’s cellphone is dead and no charges have been made to her credit cards.
“Marilane’s husband and three children, as well as our entire family, just want to know that Marilane is safe,” her brother-in-law told the outlet.
“The biggest way to help now is to share this story, share any leads or information with law enforcement and pray that God orchestrates a path for her to be found safely.”
According to a Facebook page Find Marilane, the ongoing search for Carter is focused on a 3-mile radius where her cellphone last pinged as she entered Memphis.
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“Still no contact with Marilane Carter on her vehicle,” the page reads.
“We have received hundreds of messages and tens of thousands of shares. Your prayers and concern is unmatched and we are beyond grateful.”
Carter, who is 5’8 and weighs 130 pounds, was last seen wearing a green t-shirt and black yofa pants, police said. She was driving a 2011 GMC Acadia with Kansas license plate 194LFY.