The family of a missing Georgia State University college student is asking for the public’s help in finding her.
21-year-old Monique Priester went missing on Friday after taking an Uber from home from a study group on GSU’s campus.
According to her mother, Jacqueline VanLoo-Al Kush, the last time she heard from the 21-year-old was around 6 p.m. on Friday.
Carr says Monique told her she was using the Uber group option and waiting for the last person to get on the ride.
“I’m panicked. I’m hoping that she’s safe,” Priester’s mother.
Police have said they have no reason to suspect foul play and Uber says it would need a subpoena before releasing ride records.
“We are working directly with local law enforcement to provide any assistance or information that could help them locate Ms. Priester and get her safely home,” Uber said in a statement.
Priester’s phone goes straight to voicemail, but her mother says the last bank account activity came from an ATM withdrawal in Nashville.
Priester’s mother said her daughter suffers from depression and anxiety. She is asking anyone with information about her disappearance to contact her or authorities.