Police in Pennsylvania are seeking the help of the public to find a missing mom.
Authorities told The Huffington Post that 38-year-old Debra Miller was last seen on Nov. 17, when she returned to her Tinicum Township home after grocery shopping. She disappeared from her residence shortly thereafter and has not been seen since.
According to police, Miller does not have her vehicle with her and calls to her cellphone have gone unanswered.
Tinicum Township police Chief Steve Edmiston said investigators have found no evidence of foul play but want to "make sure nothing bad happened to her."
Miller's mother, Debra Grindle, did not immediately return a call for comment from HuffPost.
Speaking with The Delaware County Daily Times, Miller's brother, Mickey Sullivan, said it would be out of character for his sister to leave without telling someone.
"We don't really know anything and if anyone can help us we'd appreciate it," Sullivan said.
According to the Delco News Network, Miller is a lifelong resident of the Tinicum Township area. She graduated from Interboro High School in 1991 and has been attending a trade school in King of Prussia.
Miller's teenage daughter recently celebrated her birthday and family members said she would not have missed the event by choice.
Family, friends and police conducted a five-hour search Sunday of wooded areas near Miller's home and nearby John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge, but did not find any sign of her.
Miller is described as a white female, 5-feet-8 inches tall, weighing 130 pounds with long black hair and brown eyes.
If you can help police locate Debra Miller, call the Tinicum Township Police Department at 610-521-3830.