Middletown Police and family members held a press conference on Friday evening in regards to a missing woman.
Nina Coe, 57, of Middletown went missing about two weeks ago.
The press conference was at 9:30 p.m. and the family of Coe is asking the public for their help to find the missing woman.
Her family told Eyewitness News that Coe was in touch with them everyday and now they just want her to come home.
"No sleep, anxiety, crying, not knowing where she's at," said Dale Ocelik, Nina's sister.
That is how the last two weeks have been for Coe's family.
"She usually calls me everyday and I haven't heard from her since that day. It's unusual because she calls me every single day," said Ocelik.
Coe is described at a white female with brown hair and blue eyes. She is 5'2" and weighs about 130 pounds.
There were no clothing descriptions available for when Coe went missing. She wears glasses, has a tattoo on on leg and a scar on the right side of her neck.
The family has put up pictures of Coe around Middletown in hopes of encouraging someone with information to come forward.
"When someone has constant communication like what was mentioned here and it just stops immediately and there's just really now sign of the person, that's concerning. I don't know if that amounts to one hundred percent foul play," said Captain Gary Wallace of the Middletown Police Department.
As for Coe's family, they just want her found soon.
"We miss you Nina. We need you home. We need to talk to you," Ocelik said.
Stay tuned to Eyewitness News for updates on this story.
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