NORCROSS, Ga -- Friends and family of a Norcross woman spent another night since she's been missing looking for her. Angela Rabotte, 26, has been missing since Friday, March 28, 2014.
Their search for answers is concentrated around the busy intersection of Jimmy Carter Boulevard and Singleton Road, the area where Rabotte was last seen.
"She disappeared, her phones going straight to voice mail and now one has seen her and no one has talked to her," said Darrell Campbell, the father of Rabotte's three year old daughter.
Campbell was handing out flyers in a parking lot at the intersection. He walked into businesses, stopped cars in the parking lot, and talked to complete strangers. "I need her," he said. "My daughter needs her, we all need her to pop up somewhere. We're praying for a miracle today."
He is not alone. He was joined Wednesday night by about 30 of Angela's friends and family who were doing the same thing as he was; getting the word out. "She's not going to go without being in touch with my daughter," he said. "Even when she's with me she calls me constantly to check up on her. She's never going to go a whole day without checking up on her daughter."
Last Friday night Angela dropped their three year daughter Sharon off at a friend's house before she went out for a few hours to a party. Gwinnett County Police said the next time Angela was seen was in the parking lot of the Steeple Chase Apartments on Singleton Road on Saturday morning around 6:00.
Police and friends searched the woods around the apartments Tuesday, but found nothing. Police are not ruling out the possibility of foul play. "I mean that's the mother of my child," Campbell said. "I couldn't imagine her having to grow up without her mother."
Gwinnett County Police are asking anyone with information about the case to call their detectives at 770-513-5300 or call Crime Stoppers Atlanta at 404-577-TIPS(8477).