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Mother pleading for missing daughter's return

Posted at 6:33 AM, Nov 15, 2016

INDIANAPOLIS -- A central Indiana mother is pleading for the safe return of her daughter, who's been missing for two weeks.

The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department is searching for 23-year-old Angie Barlow, but have not found her or her vehicle yet.

Barlow's family has started a campaign to bring her home. 

"I want to find my daughter," Kramer said. "I want her home."

Christina Kramer said she has nightmares every night over her missing daughter.

"I don't know if she's scared if she's hurt if she's hungry or if she's cold," Kramer said.

Barlow was last seen on Oct. 27 in Indianapolis, leaving a party in a four-door Pontiac. 

Kramer joins a group of parents searching for their missing adult daughters in central Indiana. It's been more than a month since anybody has seen Karena McClerkin, who disappeared from Kokomo in October.

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IMPD's missing persons unit is looking for any possible links between the cases, but haven't found any yet.

Barlow grew up in Muncie, where she bowled competitively and where her mother coached. More than 200 people showed up to support a fundraiser at Munsee Lanes, where Barlow won many of her trophies.

The money raised will mostly go toward the $5,000 reward offered in the case.

Barlow's aunt even bought space on the billboard near Fall Creek Parkway and 38th Street in Indianapolis, with hopes that somebody will recognize her.

Barlow's family hopes to see her for the holidays. 

"You always look forward to that, but when a big part is missing, you don't look forward to that anymore," Kramer said.

Anybody with any information on Barlow's whereabouts should call police at 317-327-3811.