MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - It's been more than five weeks now since 14-year-old Brittany Robinson's mother has seen her daughter.
The teen's mother, Tiana Hogue, said there have been no calls, no sightings, and no leads. She is frustrated, but holding on to hope.
"I'm taking it one day at a time. I'm just relying on God and the help from my family to get through it," said Hogue.
She's in constant contact with detectives, who she said assure her they are following all leads related to Brittany's disappearance.
"I guess they are waiting until they get something conclusive to tell me because it's been pretty frustrating, and you know, upsetting to me that everything they have done so far have run into a dead-end," said Hogue.
Hogue said her daughter was rekindling a relationship with her father, Demetric Hooper, and Brittany planned to spend a weekend with him last month.
Hogue said that's the last time she saw her daughter.
"I get phone calls from her friends almost every other day. ‘Ms. Robinson, Ms. Tiana, have you talked to Brittany? Have you seen Brittany?'"
Hogue now spends time trying to think of anything from her ex's past that may help this case. She said she remembers him having a collection of out-of-state ID's.
"It's like Detroit, Michigan, Ohio, Kansas, Texas, and Arkansas," said Hogue.
On Monday, Hogue said plans on contacting courthouses in those states to stop any attempt by Hooper to apply for custody of Brittany.
Brittany's mother said detectives have learned that Demetric has contacted family members in Mobile.
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