A young Kentucky mother is still missing after having disappeared from a local bar with two men earlier this month.
A surveillance camera caught Savannah Spurlock walking through the parking lot of The Other Bar in Richmond, on January 4.
Local police said in a news release that the 22-year-old was walking with two unidentified men at the time. It's unclear if she knew them prior to the outing, and cops say they are still looking for photos and information about them.
Now, Spurlock has been missing for nearly three weeks, and while no one has come forward with clues about her whereabouts, her heartbroken family is hoping for the best.
"I'm lost," Ellen Spurlock, the missing woman's mother told WKYT.
"He doesn't know what's going on, but my fear is how long can that take place, you know?" she continued, speaking of her daughter's 4-year-old son.
As RadarOnline.com has learned, Savannah Spurlock is a mother to four children — including twin babies who were born last month.
"How long can that take place? Her newborn twins, her two-year-old — the twins are too young but the two-year-old, he misses his mommy. He saw her on TV one night and said 'mommy.' He misses her," Ellen Spurlock told WKYT.
The missing woman's aunt has also spoken out since the tragedy. In an interview with the Herald-Leader, Elaine Moore said Savannah Spurlock called her mother at around 2:30 a.m. as she was leaving the bar on the night of her disappearance.
"That's the last time she talked to her. She's always been very good letting her parents know if she's staying out late, for them not to worry about her," she continued.
Another aunt, Lisa Thoma, shared a teary Facebook video after the incident, begging anyone with information about Savannah Spurlock's whereabouts to come forward before it's too late.
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