UPDATED 9:55 AM PT — Wednesday, January 16, 2019
The search for a missing Texas mother is intensifying, more than 10-days after her disappearance.
Police are asking the community for help tracking down 38-year-old Emily Wade, who was last scene leaving from a co-workers house south of Dallas on January 5, 2019. She was reported missing by her mother the next day after she failed to return home from her shift.
The co-worker has since been questioned by police and is not considered a suspect at this time.
Authorities are now asking the public to keep a look out for Wade’s silver 2012 Nissan Altima with Kentucky license plates.
“We need your help, if anybody has seen Emily, seen that Nissan anywhere please we are asking you to contact our department,” announced Officer Roger Cole of the Ennis Police Department. “We are working several leads now, but we need more.”
Authorities are also monitoring social media and Wade’s bank accounts to try and determine her location.
At this point police are not suspecting foul play, however, Wade’s mother said she doesn’t believe Emily would ever run away and leave her young daughter behind.