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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Family members of a missing Indianapolis woman say police have recently recovered her car.

This marks the third week Angela Barlow, 23, has been missing.  She went to a party the night of October 26, then vanished.

Angela’s mother recently posted on Facebook, saying the last anyone she personally knew saw her was on a Snapchat around 11:45 that Wednesday night.  Witnesses say Barlow received a phone call from an unidentified male around 3 a.m. before leaving the party early Thursday morning.

It is unclear exactly where her 2007 Blue Pontiac G6 was found.  It’s also unknown if items inside the car could give police clues to her whereabouts.

Right now, the family is searching for Angie on foot. Focusing on the wooded areas near water around the city a place that several tipsters have told family members she may be.

Angela Barlow is about 5 feet tall, with brown hair and brown eyes.

“There is a complete emptiness, literally feels like someone reaches into your chest and pulls a piece of your heart out. That is your child, your baby and when you have no idea where they are and you have no idea what they are going through it is hard,” said Barlow’s mom Christina Kramer.

Her family is still searching and urges the public to come forward with any information.  If you can provide that  information or know something that will help find Angie, call Metro Police or Crime Stoppers at (317)-262-TIPS.