Several agencies are looking for a mother who has been missing for nearly two weeks.

Tosha Herron, 36, went missing from Gwinnett County on Oct. 7. That night, she was said to be traveling to meet a friend.

Family members said their first red flag came when the mother of three didn't call her children and tell them good night.

Her car was found off the road and badly-damaged on Hwy 129N in Lumpkin County on Oct. 12. Police searched the area where the car was found, but were unable to locate Herron.

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Family members said they aren't sure if foul play is involved, or if Herron suffered some sort of injury in the accident.

According to her father, Herron takes medication for a condition that can cause seizures. The family isn't sure if that may have been a contributing factor in the crash.

Family members said they've received many tips, but nothing has turned out to be credible.

Anyone with information about her or has seen her is asked to call Lumpkin County Sheriff's Office Investigator Canupp at (706) 482-2615.

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