MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - The mother of missing mom Brittney Wood is reaching out to her daughter. Wood has been missing since May 30.
Chessie Wood said it has been tough on the family. She said she can't eat or sleep.
"We just miss her and want her to come home," said Wood.
As of Friday, Wood hasn't seen her daughter in 22 days.
"She was happy as she could be. She wasn't upset at all. She walked out of my yard carrying a blue bag and just i thought she was going to a friend's (house.) That was the last time I saw her," said Wood.
Brittney has a 2-year-old daughter named Peyton who mom said Brittney would never leave.
"She's feeding off our grief. She knows she should have seen her mom by now," said Wood.
There are a lot of questions surrounding Woods disappearance and a lot of speculation. Social media sites have been buzzing.
The day after Wood disappeared, her uncle allegedly committed suicide, and two of her relatives were arrested for sex abuse this week.
Chaplain Tony Dickey with Disaster and Victim Services said the cases are not connected.
"This is a total separate investigation. That is in Baldwin county investigation; it has nothing to do with Brittney at all," he said. "When it deals with a missing teen, you always have those individuals who traumatize the family," said Dickey.
For every negative comment, there are positive ones.
One friend even made a YouTube video reaching out for help finding her friend.
There are still no answers, but the family is holding out hope and is pleading for a safe return.
"Brittney, honey, you are in no trouble whatsoever. If you believe you may be in some kind of trouble, I've done checked it all out. You are not in any trouble. Call me; instant message me; Facebook me or whatever. Just come home or let me know you are safe," said Wood.
Saturday morning the family will be searching again. The Salvation Army has been donating food and water to help the search teams.
If you want to help, there is a fund set up at Compass Bank under Brittney Wood family and search fund.
On Monday, a candle light vigil is also being held at Travis Road Baptist Church.
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